Dave Coulier, who played Joey on the 1980s-90s sitcom "Full House," has put a remodeled Encino home on the market at $1,649,000.
Originally known as Lindley Farm and built in 1947, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom, gated residence blends period details with modern elements. The living room, which has an exposed beam and pitched ceiling, is anchored by a central fireplace. The office has a separate entrance.
The yard has a patio and kitchen for entertaining, as well as a swimming pool.
Coulier, 51, is performing standup comedy at colleges, theaters and clubs across the nation. He has a production company, Cumulus Entertainment, and does voice-over work.
For his next project, Coulier plans to build an energy-efficient home in Michigan. He bought the Encino ranch-style house in 2001 for $990,000, according to public records.
Carol Huston of Deasy/Penner & Partners has the listing.