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Bob Saget’s LA home for 20 years suffers a $770,000 price cut as it remains unsold after his death

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The mansion was originally constructed in June for $7.76 million, five months after Saget died in a Florida hotel. The new asking price is $6.99 million

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The California home where Bob Saget lived for 20 years is getting a $770,000 discount after three months on the market with no buyers, according to The New York Post. The six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom mansion was originally advertised for $7.76 million in June, five months after Saget died in a Florida hotel. The new asking price is $6.99 million.

The property extends over 6,600 square meters. The late comedian paid $2.9 million for the Los Angeles mansion in 2003, the year of its renovation and redesign. He lived there until his death on January 9th. The foyer is spacious upon arrival, with stone and hardwood floors throughout the residence.

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The first floor concept includes a two-story skylight living room with an adjoining formal dining room, media and family rooms, and a guest bedroom. Stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar and a walk-in pantry are included in the eat-in kitchen. Amenities are described as including a large driveway, three-car garage, pool, hot tub, grill, and entertainment and smart home controls. The master bedroom has high ceilings, a fireplace, a private terrace and a “spa-like” bathroom.

There is also a separate guest house that was formerly used as a fitness center. The listing is maintained through Compass by Adam Saget, the late Saget’s nephew. “Personally, I will miss our family reunions and holiday celebrations that we shared together at home. So many great stories, lots of laughs and memories to cherish for years to come,” Adam said in an interview with The Post. “Bob was very enthusiastic about technology. Over the years he’s rolled out smart home controls and automation throughout the home,” he added.

Saget died unexpectedly on January 9, 2022 at the age of 65 at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando hotel. His death was caused by blunt head trauma, according to the coroner. Hotel security discovered the comedian dead in his room, prompting local police and firefighters to arrive. Saget had recently played in Jacksonville as part of his tour and tweeted about it on the morning of January 9th. Saget was pronounced dead at the scene by rescue workers. Saget is best known for his role as Danny Tanner on Full House from 1987 to 1995, and he hosted America’s Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997.

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