“Full House” creator unloads his own house for $20.2M

From The Real Deal LATelevision producer Jeff Franklin, who created and produced the hit “Full House,” sold his contemporary Hollywood Hills estate for $20.2 million to a Nevada-based LLC. It went for nearly $3.8 million below the asking price.

The 2014 Collingwood Place spec-home, perched above the Sunset Strip, was designed by Richard Landry. It has five bedrooms and a curved floating glass staircase, Variety reported. It originally came to market at $38 million, according to the Los Angeles Times, and included an additional contiguous parcel of approximately 10,000 square feet. [more]