Bob Saget’s household house is on the market for $7.6m (£6.2m).
The Los Angeles property in Crestwood Hills, the place the comic lived for practically 20 years, was listed after his loss of life on Jan. 9 at age 65.
He purchased the six-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom property in 2003 for $2.9 million (£2.four million), in line with the Wall Avenue Journal, and the ‘Full Home’ star lived there till his loss of life.
Options of the luxurious residence embrace Elan sensible residence know-how that controls practically all the ultra-premium utilities.
Saget’s nephew, Adam, advised the New York Submit: “Bob was actually into know-how. Over time, he has put in sensible residence controls and automation all through the home;”
Listed by ‘Compass’ and with an space of round 6,600 sq. ft, the home was the product of Douglas Busch Design.
The beloved comic and sitcom star lived in the home together with his widow Kelly Rizzo, 43, whom Saget married in 2018.
She just lately stated of struggling together with her grief: “It is like he is nonetheless my husband. It isn’t like, ‘Oh, he is my ex-husband. It is like… the connection is completely different now. It is simply that it’s what it’s.”
He just lately moved to a brand new property, however remains to be in touch with the Saget kids.
Rizzo was a stepmother to his three grownup daughters, Lara Melanie Saget, 32, Aubrey Saget, 35, and Jennifer Belle Saget, 29, who the comic had with ex-wife Sherri Kramer, 65.
She advised PEOPLE earlier this month: “Her daughters got here to stick with me, you already know, the primary time since I moved into the brand new home final week, they got here in and I used to be like, ‘So it is like a museum to your Dad, so do not be scared however yeah, it is in every single place.
“After which they catch me like speaking to a picture each infrequently, they usually’re like, ‘Stepmom Kelly, are you okay?'”
Saget was discovered unresponsive in his resort room on the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Florida, doubtless as a result of a fall, and was pronounced lifeless on the scene by emergency companies.
An post-mortem later revealed that he suffered a closed head harm from an unintended blow to the again of the pinnacle, and subsequently died of his accidents in his sleep.