‘Fuller House’ star Dave Coulier seeks a buyer for updated Encino home
Dave Coulier, known for playing Uncle Joey Gladstone on the sitcoms “Full House” and “Fuller House,” has listed his home in Encino for sale at $1.959 million.
The ranch-style house, built in 1947 and originally known as Lindley Farm, sits on a leafy lot of more than a third of an acre with a garden entry, an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool.
The 3,975 square feet of updated living space, which combines classic details with contemporary elements, features beamed ceilings, brickwork and hardwood floors. The vaulted-ceiling living room has a fireplace and a wall of built-ins. In the kitchen, black countertops and hardware provide visual contrast against white cabinetry.
Walls of windows take in garden views in the master suite, which has a sitting room and a soaking tub. There are six bedrooms, three bathrooms and an office.
Coulier, 58, previously served as host of “The New America’s Funniest Home Videos” and has done voice-over work for the shows “Robot Chicken” and “Muppet Babies.” In addition to acting, he is also a performing stand-up comic.
He bought the property in 2001 for $990,000, according to public records.
Angela Bond of Keller Williams Realty holds the listing.
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