Full House creator’s Sunset Strip pad now $14M cheaper

Jeff Franklin's Sunset Strip pad
Jeff Franklin's Sunset Strip pad

“Is it made out of wood?”

The creator of the iconic sitcom “Full House” has slashed the asking price of his home above the Sunset Strip by another $5 million after seeing it linger on the market for a year without finding a buyer.

Jeff Franklin’s five-bedroom 1302 Collingwood Place mansion is now available for $24 million, compared to the whopping $38 million it was asking when it first came on the market last April. It’s undergone several price cuts since then.

Mauricio Umansky of the Agency has the exclusive listing.

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The property, designed by celebrity architect Richard Landry, has a retractable skylight, a six-car subterranean garage that doubles as a nightclub, and an indoor and outdoor shower off the master bedroom.

“The indoor-outdoor shower is like taking a shower on top of Los Angeles,” Franklin previously told the Hollywood Reporter. “No one can see you unless you want them too. If you can’t get laid in that bedroom, there’s something wrong with you. It’s the sexiest bedroom I’ve ever seen.”

Franklin bought the land on which the property sits for less than $2 million in 1988, records show. He lives in another nearby property also designed by Landry.

He is currently overseeing the production of “Fuller House,” a sequel to “Full House,” on Netflix. The series debuted on the streaming service in February.