'Full House' Creator Jeff Franklin Relists Bev Hills Mansion For $60M

Jeff Franklin, the creator of “Full House,” has put his swanky Bev Hills home on the market once again, and there’s a reason it hasn’t sold for over a year … it’s just too attractive to celebs. Let us explain.

The sitcom creator relisted the 21K-square-foot mega mansion Wednesday, with an asking price just shy of $60 mil — and as we reported, this isn’t the home’s first time at the rodeo.

Jeff had the compound listed 3 times last year … asking for $85M in January, $70M in June, and $60M in September. Clearly, the house was initially overpriced, but the reason it didn’t sell is more complicated.

Real estate sources tell TMZ … every time Jeff looks to unload the property, he gets calls from celebs, top business execs and even royals looking to rent the property, fetching an average of $350K a month. Once the lease runs out, he puts it back on the market.

You’ll recall, Jeff’s 9-bedroom, 18-bathroom home comes with the works — a 75-yard pool with multiple waterfalls, a movie theater, a billiards room, a hair salon, and its own gym. There’s also a 16-car garage underneath … not to mention those stellar views of L.A.

The home sits where Sharon Tate and her friends were brutally murdered by Charles Manson‘s followers back in 1969 … but the murder house was razed and replaced with Jeff’s massive Mediterranean-inspired estate decades later.

Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Realty and “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” star Josh Altman of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.

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