Jeff Franklin is best known for creating the ABC sitcom Full House and its Netflix sequel Fuller House. Franklin purchased 10050 Cielo Drive in 1994, the site of the Tate murders in 1969. Jeff is now attempting to resell it for $60 million.
TMZ reports, that Jeff Franklin, the creator of “Full House,” is attempting to sell his Beverly Hills mansion once again. It has a glamorous layout, a dark past, and is now significantly cheaper. The huge mansion is relisted for a whopping $60 million.
It’s a hefty sum for sure, but it represents a significant discount over the original price. The house was first listed in January for $85 million, and then again in June for $70 million. The home is situated on the same property where the Manson family famously murdered Sharon Tate, Abigail Folger, Steven Parent, Wojciech Frykowski, and Jay Sebring in 1969.
The original house was destroyed in 1994, and a new mansion was built in its place. Jeff’s 9-bedroom, 18-bathroom palace now sits on 3 acres of land and is overflowing with glitz and glam. There is a spa, a gym, a hair salon, a movie theatre, a billiards room, and a bar.
There is also a 75-yard pool with three waterfalls, two jacuzzis, a 35-foot water slide, a swim-up bar, a private grotto, a koi pond, a lazy river, a cabana, a BBQ area, and fire pits. The property has a detached guesthouse and an underground garage that can accommodate up to 16 cars, for a total of 35 parking spaces. Of course, we must not overlook the breathtaking view of the city.
In this home, Jeff hosted a reception for Bob Saget’s family following his funeral. The listing is held by “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” stars Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman and Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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