Actor John Stamos is offering his incredibly charming early 1950’s Mediterranean home in Beverly Hills. The ‘Full House’ star is seeking $4.495 million for the property, which first landed on the market one year ago with a $6.75 million ask.
A first impression of the property exterior is of a uniquely balanced house and grounds, each reflecting the other, and each contributing equally to the living style. The little estate might be confused for a country cottage on the Riviera.
The interiors are open and warm. Exposed trussing and a stacked stone fireplace accent wall distinguishes the living room, with sets of French doors emphasizing the indoor/outdoor climate lifestyle and plank hardwood finished toward the darker end of the spectrum for visual depth.
The kitchen plays with a black/white color scheme, with a honey-toned ceiling tray inset with a skylight and a butcher-block island for added complexity. Saltillo tile, wide plank floors, and built-ins also feature in the home.
The 3,500 square-footer is a four and four—two of the baths are knockouts, one sporting an earthy design style that looks like an idealized version of what you might find in a French cottage—but there’s a pool house on the property currently purposed as a mixed-use studio. The six-tenths of an acre of grounds are landscaped as wildly varied gardens, with an outdoor kitchen, stone patio, and pool and spa within their superbly engineered sense of proportion.