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Tour John Stamos’ Bachelor Pad-Turned-Family-Home — that He’s Now Ready to Part with for $5.8M

He may not have a house full of people, but John Stamos’ house is certainly full of character, lovely memorabilia of a life well spent and, well, a lot of seemingly random stuff.

From the signature Elvis Presley jumpsuit hanging on a dummy in his studio/party room (waiting patiently for Uncle Jesse to reprise his perfect Elvis impersonations) to a letter from his parents framed to one of the walls, mug shots of a man arrested for hitting on someone’s wife pasted on another one, a 14 foot high ‘D’ sign for Disney in his backyard (he has all the letters, FYI), all the way to a cute little onesie with his Full House catchphrase (“Have mercy”) imprinted on it (and made perfect by an outline of Uncle Jesse’s haircut), everything in John Stamos’ house seems to have a cool backstory.

The Fuller House star bought the property in 2005 and calls it his first ‘adult home;’ since then it has transformed from a bachelor pad to a full-fledged family home, but the family seems to be ready for something bigger, as their Spanish-style house in the Post Office enclave is currently on the market for $5.8 million. Check it out here

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