Aunt Becky and her hubby, Mossimo Giannulli, just put their multi-million dollar mansion on the market, but claim that the move has nothing to do with the admissions scandal that has ruled their lives for over a year now.
The mansion was used as collateral for their $2 million bail on fraud charges, and the judge at the time warned that if the release conditions weren’t met, they could – and would – foreclose on the home.
This is also where the couple has been laying low since the trial began, so maybe they are looking for a change of scenery?
Loughlin, 55, and Giannulli, 56, listed this home for an impressive $28.7 million. This isn’t the first time the couple put the house up on the market, though.
In 2017 they listed the stunning Bel Air home for $35 million, but it didn’t sell. They only purchased it for $13.995 million in 2015, but we’re assuming that they did a lot of work in addition to that in order to justify the price hike.
The couple swears that the attempted sale of their home has nothing to do with the college admissions scandal, which cost Loughlin her reprised role as Aunt Becky on the Netflix series “Fuller House.”
Instead, they claim that they are “following Mossimo’s passion for architecture” and looking into other housing options. Maybe with their kids off to college, they’re trying to do the empty-nester thing?
Oh, wait, I guess their kids aren’t in college anymore, huh? That’s what happens when you bribe their way in.
The Loughlin-Giannulli residence really is a stunning home. The home is 12,000 square feet with six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a huge outdoor swimming pool and courtyard, two living areas, a formal dining room, and an eat-in chef’s kitchen.
The house has a distinct villa vibe, and appears to have two separate garage spaces.
I have to say, Lori appears to have pretty good taste. The picture isn’t high-quality enough to really tell, but it also appears to have a very well-stocked bar in the room just past those arches.
Maybe they need a good, hard drink after a long day of courtroom drama.
That island is huge! You can tell by the outdoor table placement in the next picture that those big open doors go straight out to the courtyard, not the pool. While I’m not personally a fan of that specific type of marble, especially with the white island base, it is beautiful.
Overall, I’d totally rent this place as an AirBnB, but $28 million is a little hefty of a price tag. The Bel Air location does make it desirable, however. Hopefully they get close to their asking price, and we can find out if they’re really selling to follow Massimo’s “dreams,” or if they’re just prepping Loughlin for the serious jailtime she is sure to face.