John Stamos’s Former Calabasas Mansion is Now On The Market For $4.1 Million

The fireplace will have you saying "have mercy!"

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John Stamos, everyone's favorite TV uncle, had a gorgeous mansion custom built for him by architect Les Makowski back in the early 1990s—the prime Full House days—and now it's up for grabs. The Calabasas home overlooks the Malibu Canyons and is currently back on the market for $4.1 million. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom home includes separate quarters for guests.

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The Mediterranean-style house has an extra long winding driveway for privacy leading up to a huge motor-court that can hold up to 30 cars—and even has a palatial fountain streaming outside. As soon as you enter, high ceilings and stone pillars take over the foyer, revealing an insane floor to ceiling fireplace fit for a king—aka the Full House star.

John Stamos Calabasas Malibu Canyon listing
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In the spacious master suite, exposed beams add a rustic feel—though there's no roughing it here; the room also includes a a dreamy balcony overlooking the Malibu Canyons, a personal gym, and a master bathroom worthy of a luxury hotel suite. But the backyard just might be the most impressive part of the estate. There's a resort style pool and spa with hidden caves that provide a breathtaking view of the mountains below. Included in the backyard are rolling lawns, another fireplace, a barbecue area, and enough space for a fun summer cookout. Have mercy!

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