“Full House” star Dave Coulier lists Encino home for $2M
Home has floated on and off the market
The Tanner family would probably fit quite comfortably in David Coulier’s six-bedroom Encino home, which the “Full House” star just listed for $1.96 million.
The 4,099-square-foot ranch-style home floated on and off the market between 2010 and 2013, with the price ranging from $1.4 million to $1.75 million, Variety reported. Coulier purchased the home in 2001 for just under $1 million.
The home sits on one-third of an acre and features a white-brick fireplace, vaulted ceiling, custom-built bookshelves, wooden floors and an outdoor swimming pool. According to the LA Times, the home was built in 1947 and was originally known as Lindley Farm.
Angela Bond of Keller Williams Realty is handling the listing.
Coulier recently reprised his role as Uncle Joey Gladstone from the ’90s sitcom “Full House” in the new Netflix series “Fuller House.”
[Variety] — Kathryn Brenzel