Lori Loughlin Is Seeking $17 Million for Her Lavish L.A. Mansion

Four years after she and longtime husband Mossimo Giannulli bought the place for $9.5 million, Lori Loughlin is returning her impressive “Full House” in guard-gated Hidden Hills back to the market, asking a much-increased $17.5 million. Fashionably dressed in the modern farmhouse architectural style and featuring a host of top-of-the-line amenities throughout, the 2019-built structure boasts six bedrooms and 7.5 baths in nearly 12,000 square feet of open-plan living space.

The big jump in price reflects Hidden Hills’ increased desirability, as buyer interest in L.A.’s gated communities has soared over the past few years. And it’s certainly worth noting that Loughlin and Giannulli have made some noteworthy improvements to the 1.5-acre property during their ownership tenure. The couple installed new landscaping—more than a dozen mature olive trees now hug the front of the property, providing increased seclusion and serenity. There are new contemporary chandeliers inside, a darker paint on the home’s outside, and a fully re-landscaped backyard with elegant new hedges, a fire-pit seating area, a bocce ball court and the same tranquil views of the hills that surround Calabasas.

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Built on speculation in 2019, the modern farmhouse sits at the very end of a particularly prestigious cul-de-sac.

Behind equestrian-oriented Hidden Hills’ ubiquitous white picket fences, a short pathway leads to the house itself. Inside, guests will be impressed by the colossal foyer, which features soaring ceilings and clerestory windows that bathe the interiors in light.

The decor theme of warm tones — reinforced by creamy white walls and maple floors — continues throughout the home’s open-plan living spaces. The great room offers a chunky marble fireplace and a unique ceiling with parallel rows of skylights, while the dining room lies directly across from a temperature-controlled wine closet—which is currently equipped with a motorcycle—and can easily seat a dozen merrymakers.

As expected, the chef’s kitchen is undeniably lavish, sporting custom white cabinetry, marble countertops, and a bevy of high-end appliances. Wide banks of glass sliders blur the line between indoor/outdoor living and spill out to a massive covered dining loggia overlooking the backyard lawn and pool.

Other luxe spaces include a home gym with plenty of space for a row machine or two, a movie theater, and a large executive office. Upstairs, the primary suite offers a bedroom with a marble fireplace and private balcony, plus a spa-style bath and a bespoke dressing room.

Even if Giannulli and Aunt Becky were to sell their Hidden Hills house tomorrow, they assuredly won’t be homeless. The couple also still owns a $13 million desert vacation retreat at the Madison Club in California’s Coachella Valley, where some of their nearest neighbors include Apple’s Tim Cook, Nike’s Phil Knight, Justin Bieber and multiple members of the Kardashian clan.

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