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

Bob Saget's Brentwood house-- where the late comedian coped with other half Kelly Rizzo for nearly two decades-- just strike the market for $7.765 million.

Saget, that passed away in January at 65, paid $2.895 million for the home in 2003, records show. His nephew, Adam Saget of Compass, is handling the sale.

Integrated in the 1960s, the building abode was redesigned soon prior to Saget moved in. During his keep, the "Capacity" celebrity brought the residence into the contemporary age by adding Elan wise home attributes and automation.


The entry. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The foyer. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The living-room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The kitchen. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The family room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The dining-room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The bed room. (Jeff Ong/PostRain Productions)


The veranda. (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 extends a 3rd of an acre near Getty Center and takes advantage of its room with a primary house, guesthouse, motor court as well as leafy yard with a rock patio, swimming pool as well as health spa.

Living rooms incorporate wood, stone as well as glass in the main residence. A dual-sided fire place separates an eating location from a two-story living-room, and the kitchen includes a spacious center island.

In other places are five rooms and also 5.5 restrooms across 6,600 square feet, consisting of a primary suite with 2 front-facing verandas and a hallway that increases to a balcony. The guesthouse adds a bed room as well as shower room.

Saget increased to popularity as Danny Tanner in the comedy "Full House" and also repeated the role decades later for the Netflix follow up "Fuller Residence." He additionally hosted "America's Funniest House Videos" as well as functioned as the storyteller in the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother."