Bob Saget's Brentwood residence detailed to buy at $7.765 million

Bob Saget's Brentwood home-- where the late comic coped with spouse Kelly Rizzo for almost 20 years-- just strike the marketplace for $7.765 million.

Saget, who died in January at 65, paid $2.895 million for the residential or commercial property in 2003, documents show. His nephew, Adam Saget of Compass, is handling the sale.

Constructed in the 1960s, the building home was remodeled quickly before Saget moved in. Throughout his stay, the "Capacity" star brought the house right into the modern-day age by including Elan clever residence features and automation.


The entrance. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The foyer. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The living room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The kitchen. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The living room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The dining room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The terrace. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The swimming pool. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The patio. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The yard. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The guesthouse. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The two-story house. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)

The estate covers a 3rd of an acre near Getty Facility as well as maximizes its area with a primary residence, guesthouse, electric motor court and leafy backyard with a rock patio, swimming pool and also health club.

Living rooms combine wood, stone and also glass in the main home. A dual-sided fireplace separates an eating location from a two-story living room, and the kitchen adds a sizable facility island.

In other places are 5 bed rooms and 5.5 washrooms across 6,600 square feet, consisting of a primary collection with 2 front-facing terraces and also a corridor that broadens to a terrace. The guesthouse tacks on a bedroom and restroom.

Saget increased to popularity as Danny Tanner in the sitcom "Full House" and also repeated the function decades later on for the Netflix sequel "Richer Residence." He also held "America's Funniest House Videos" and also served as the storyteller in the CBS comedy "How I Met Your Mother."