John Stamos’ 90210 Bachelor Pad Is Up For Grabs

This spring, actor John Stamos has listed his rustic, romantic Mediterranean home in Beverly Hills for sale for $6.75 million. Stamos has owned the property since the mid-2000s and purchased it for a little more than $3.5 million.

The house dates to 1951 and is styled as a Riviera country home. Rustic elements begin with double front doors embellished with wrought iron, and a foyer floored in what looks to be original tile.

The layout transitions immediately to a step-down great room that’s a beaut. A raw timber open- trussed ceiling, plank hardwood floors, and a stacked stone fireplace accent wall with a raised hearth step present a living style that is unabashedly charming, while the city views beyond the many windows and French doors provide a contemporary context.

Other standout details of the home include a series of period light fixtures, built-ins with carved flourishes, exposed hewn beams, and arched doorways. The kitchen features white tile backsplashes, and cabinetry which would be claustrophobically dark if it weren’t for the marvelous half-vaulted ceiling in stained tongue-and-groove, and the added skylight that crowns it.

The property’s accommodations include four bedrooms and four baths. Slate walkways, a summer kitchen, and a pool and sun lounge offering views of L.A. complete a property exterior that favors a laid-back approach to lifestyle…and landscaping. There is a small guest cottage on the lot, presumably of the same vintage as the main house; at present, it is purposed as a music studio and lounge.

Stamos starred in ABC’s hit sitcom Full House, which ran for eight seasons starting in 1987. He reprised his role as Jesse Katsopolis in the Netflix-backed sequel Fuller House.

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