Bob Saget’s Longtime Los Angeles Home Sells for $7.76 Million

A laugh comes for free, but living in the home of the late funny Bob Saget in Los Angeles will cost more.

Saget’s home in Crestwood Hills, where he lived for nearly 20 years, was listed for $7.76 million.

Saget, who died unexpectedly on January 9 at age 65, purchased the six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom property in 2003 for $2.9 million, according to the Wall Street Journal. The “Full House” father resided in the house until his death.

A home-specific feature includes Elan smart home technology – super premium home automation that controls almost every use.

“Bob was very into technology. Over the years, he’s put smart controls and automation throughout the home,” his nephew, Adam Saget, and the real estate agent representing the listing with Compass, told The Post in a statement.

Spanning nearly 6,600 square feet, the architecturally enclosed home was designed by renowned Douglas Busch Design.

The house is approximately 6,600 square feet.
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The house has a detached guest house.
The property has an independent guest house.
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The vestibule.
The vestibule.
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The two-story main room.
The great two-story room.
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The updated kitchen.
The updated kitchen.
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The renovated kitchen with warm tones has direct access to the backyard.
The kitchen, renovated with warm tones, has direct access to the backyard.
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The beloved stand-up comedy and sitcom star lived in the house with his widow Kelly Rizzo, whom Saget married in 2018. She was a stepmother to his three adult daughters – Laura, Aubra and Jenny – with ex-wife Sherri Kramer.

“It’s like he’s still my husband,” Rizzo, 42, recently revealed. “It’s not like, ‘Oh, he’s my ex-husband.’ It’s like… the relationship is different now. It’s just – it’s what it is.”

She’s recently moved into a new property – but she’s still in contact with his offspring.

“His girls came to stay with me, you know, the first time since I moved into the new house last week, and they walked in and I was like, ‘So it’s like a museum for your dad, so don’t ‘don’t freak out. , but yeah, he’s everywhere,'” Rizzo told People earlier this month. “And then they’ll catch me talking to a picture every now and then, and they’ll be like ‘Godmother Kelly, are you okay?’”

The formal dining room.
The formal dining room.
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One of several seating areas.
One of several seating areas.
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Moving on: Amenities in your shared home include a large car court, a three-car garage, a swimming pool, a spa and a BBQ entertainment area.

The master suite features high vaulted ceilings, lots of natural light, fireplace, private patio, spa-like bathroom with tub, steam shower and large walk-in closet as per listing.

Three bedrooms and a large terrace complete the upper level.

The main level features a cozy foyer with stone and wood floors throughout. The living room is a dramatic two-story skylit space with an adjacent dining room.

An office.
An office.
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The hallway that leads to the second floor.
The hallway that leads to the second floor.
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The house was designed by renowned Douglas Busch Design.
The house was designed by Douglas Busch Design.
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The second floor hallway.
The second floor hallway.
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There is also a media and family room with an additional guest bedroom. The kitchen has updated stainless steel appliances, fireplace, breakfast bar and pantry.

There is also a separate guest house with a full bathroom, which can be turned into an office or gym.

Above all, adds Adam Saget of Compass, the property was a family space.

“Personally, I will miss our family gatherings and holiday celebrations we shared together at home,” he added. “So many great stories, lots of laughs and memories to hold onto for years to come.”

The listing comes just before Netflix’s “A Tribute To Bob Saget” – a celebration of Saget’s life in comedy with his friends and family – due for release June 10.

The master suite.
The master suite.
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The master bedroom.
The main bathroom.
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Another room.
Another room.
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A terrace on the second level of the house.
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The pool.
The pool.
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The outdoor seating area.
The outdoor seating area.
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Saget was found unconscious in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Florida, that January afternoon. Family members were worried when they couldn’t reach him and he missed his check-out time.

Emergency teams declared Saget dead at the scene.

An autopsy later revealed that he suffered head trauma from an accidental blow to the back of the head, likely from a fall, and later died of the injuries in his sleep.

Saget was best known for playing Danny Tanner on “Full House” from 1987 to 1995, and for hosting “America’s Funniest Home Videos” from 1989 to 1997.

In the last years of his life, he hosted the podcast “Bob Saget’s Here For You”.

At the time of his death, Saget was on his “I Don’t Do Negative Comedy” tour.

The guest house.

The guest house.


The house is gated for optimal privacy.

The house is gated for optimal privacy.


One of the five bedrooms in the main house.

One of the five bedrooms in the main house.


Another view of the large foyer.

Another view of the large foyer.


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