“Full Home” creator Jeff Franklin is capturing for the celebs in Beverly Crest, asking $85 million for his 21,000-square-foot mega-mansion.
Franklin is an everyday in actual property headlines; he bought a spec home for $20.2 million in 2016 and flipped the long-lasting San Francisco Victorian used to painting the Tanner household’s residence in “Full Home” for $5.35 million in 2020.
This, nevertheless, is his most formidable itemizing up to now — not solely as a result of sky-high price ticket, but additionally due to the property’s notorious historical past. The mansion sits on the identical land the place Sharon Tate and 4 others had been murdered by the Manson household in the summertime of 1969.
Again then, the property’s handle was 10050 Cielo Dr., however in 1994, actual property investor Alvin Weintraub demolished the home and adjusted the handle to 10066 Cielo Dr. in an try and separate the property from its darkish previous.
Franklin, a producer and screenwriter who additionally created “Fuller Home” earlier than reportedly being fired from the present for making a poisonous work atmosphere, purchased the mansion for $6.375 million in 2000. Through the years, he turned it into an amenity-loaded showplace full with a 75-yard pool, 35-foot water slide and subterranean storage with room for 16 automobiles.
The billiards room.
The eating room.
The bed room.
The tower viewer.
The three-story dwelling.
The 21,000-square-foot mansion.
Aerial view of the house.
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Billed as an Andalusian-style property, the house was constructed by mega-mansion grasp Richard Landry and sits behind double gates. A customized painted dome units a stately tone above the entry, and inside, colossal residing areas function coffered ceilings, arched doorways and sweeping views of town under.
Unfold throughout three tales are 9 bedrooms, 18 bogs, a movie show, spa, health club, hair salon, billiards room and aquarium. Decks and balconies grasp off the bottom of the house, and if these views aren’t sufficient, there’s a tower viewer for extra magnified lookouts.
Outdoors, the three.6-acre compound provides a pool fed by three waterfalls, two spas, a swim-up bar, personal grotto, koi pond and lazy river surrounded by lounges, cabanas and fireplace pits. A guesthouse completes the scene.
If Franklin will get his value, it’ll be among the many priciest dwelling gross sales ever within the 90210 ZIP Code. The present crown belongs to Jeff Bezos, who paid $165 million for David Geffen’s Georgian Revival-style mansion in 2020.
A local of Inglewood, Franklin created “Full Home” in 1987, and the sitcom ran for eight seasons on ABC. His different credit embody “Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper” and “Malcom & Eddie.”
Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman maintain the itemizing.