‘Full House’ Creator Aims to Rent Out Beverly Hills Mansion for $250K/Month

Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there’s a mansion in Beverly Hills. And in some cases, homes with a monthly rent that elsewhere would buy an entire house. One such Beverly Hills estate belongs to Full House creator Jeff Franklin. The sitcom veteran—who produced and wrote for the beloved 90’s staple—just made his hillside manse available to rent for $250,000 per month. With views from downtown Los Angeles to the ocean, whoever nabs the expensive lease may find themselves saying, “Have mercy.”

Gated and supremely private, the mansion and guesthouse designed by architect Richard Landry embrace Andalusian style. An elegant array of columns and arches punctuate the design, imbuing a weathered prestige that could easily place the estate along the Alboran Sea coast. Wraparound balconies supply a bounty of outdoor space where one can bask and lounge.

The interiors are no less opulent, totaling 21,000 square feet. While there are 9 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms, the amenities are arguably the most lavish part. The well-to-do future tenants will find five aquariums (of which one is a room-size shark tank), five bars, a 14-seat tiered screening room, a gym and wellness spa, a poker and billiard room, a club lounge, and much more.

Stepping out into the sun, there are two pools connected by a lazy river. You’ll also spot three waterfalls, two jacuzzis, two fire pits, a private grotto, a 35-foot water slide, and…Simply, there are too many to list.

Packed to the brim with luxury perks and artful design elements, this is a full house indeed. Cindy Ambuehl of Compass holds the listing.