Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli Buy a $13 Million Desert Mansion

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Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli have enjoyed most of 2021 out of prison, following their college admission scandal sentences, and now, after purchasing a mansion in La Quinta, California, it seems like they’re really ready to leave that in their past. According to public records, the couple recently spent $13 million on a near 10,000 square foot home in the private community, Dirt reports. Just last August the couple bought a Hidden Hills mansion, presumably as their main residence, for $9.5 million after selling their Bel Air mansion to Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen for $18.75 million the month prior.

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Their new modern home contains five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms, along with plenty of living space both indoor and outdoor. With high ceilings and beautiful marble accents in the kitchen, bar, and bathrooms, including a massive walk-in shower, it’s the perfect spot for a luxurious vacation. The single floor home’s amenities include an indoor media room, an outdoor projection area, a fire pit, and two pools—one a reflecting pool located in a courtyard, the other infinity edged and grouped with two spa tubs. Its desert locale means the home offers a gorgeous view of the Santa Rosa Mountains visible from most of the living spaces, and the estate’s surrounding plants are all drought tolerant, with faux grass surrounding, making it perfectly suited for the hot climate.

The Full House star and fashion designer’s new gated community is no stranger to celeb residents: Cindy Crawford, Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, and Scooter Braun all have spots in the enclave that offers a private golf club, state-of-the-art gym, and a spa, among other facilities.

Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest