Biography & Net Worth: “Full House” Creator Jeff Franklin Lists Beverly Hills Mansion With Macabre History For $85 Million

Tv producer Jeff Franklin has simply listed his oldest Beverly Hills mansion. Franklin’s mansion, which he acquired in 1994 for $6 million, has an especially morbid historical past. If you’ll be able to see past the morbid historical past, the home is really magnificent. The pool particularly is insane. And it may be yours for the least price…

$85 million

Let’s begin with the enjoyable stuff. We’ll describe the horrible historical past later on this article.

In accordance with the MLS itemizing of the property, Jeff’s house showcases “unparalleled luxurious in essentially the most fascinating zip code on the earth.” Located on 3.6 acres of Beverly Hills, the property consists of a grand 21,000 sq. foot mansion that comes with infinite facilities.

Along with 9 bedrooms and 18 bogs, the property boasts unobstructed views stretching from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. Different options embody:

  • movie show
  • Spa
  • fitness center
  • Barber’s store
  • billiards room
  • rod
  • Underground 16-Automotive Storage
  • Complete asset parking for 35 automobiles
  • shark Tank
  • completely ridiculous pool

Let’s discuss in regards to the pool. Along with 75 yards, the pool additionally has the next:

  • three waterfalls
  • two jacuzzi
  • swim-up bar
  • non-public cottage
  • koi pond
  • lazy river
  • 35 foot water slide

You may see the completely ridiculous pool beginning on the 50-second mark within the video tour of the home beneath:

Now let’s discuss in regards to the horrible historical past of the home.

Jeff Franklin’s property is situated at 10066 Cielo Drive in Beverly Hills. Within the Nineteen Sixties, the property’s tackle was 10050 Cielo Drive. If that tackle sounds too acquainted, it’s the place Sharon Tate and a gaggle of pals have been brutally murdered by members of the Manson household on August 9, 1969.

The unique Nineteen Sixties murder-scene mansion stood till 1994. The final resident of the unique home was musician Trent Reznor. Reznor rented the mansion for many of 1993. He based a recording studio and spent a yr recording 9 Inch Nails’ second studio album, “The Downward Spiral”. Trent additionally filmed a music video on the property. Reznor later admitted that he regretted this selection of residence after assembly Sharon Tate’s sister and realized that glorifying serial killer trash people like Charles Manson was gross.

So in December 1993, Reznor moved out. The subsequent yr, Jeff Franklin purchased the property for $6 million and tore down all current constructions.

Jeff spent the following decade and hundreds of thousands on his “Full Home” royalties to construct the mansion he’s right now.

due to this fact…

If you happen to had cash and beloved the mansion (which I do), would you have the ability to sleep right here?