Writer-producer-director Jeff Franklin, creator of the television show "Full House," has listed a mansion he had built on spec in Hollywood Hills West for $30 million.
Designed by architect Richard Landry, the contemporary house is set on a nearly half-acre knoll above the Sunset Strip with city and ocean views. The grounds include an infinity-edge swimming pool with a spa.
A sweeping circular staircase connects the three levels of living space, which extend outdoors through numerous balconies and patio space.
The master suite features a retractable skylight with a motorized black-out shade, walls of glass, a fireplace and an indoor-outdoor shower. There are three other bedrooms, a bonus room that could be used as a bedroom, a home theater and eight bathrooms.
The subterranean garage has room for six cars and was designed to double as a nightclub.
Franklin, 59, also created the series "Family Matters" and "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper."
He bought the property in 1988 for $1.9 million.
Mauricio Umansky, Blair Chang and Brendan Fitzpatrick of the Agency are the listing agents.