Danny Bonaduce has decided to sell his Seattle home ahead of his brain surgery because the layout is too “dangerous” for his condition.

The “Partridge Family” alum listed his abode for $1.6 million, telling TMZ Monday that the multi-level floor plan no longer aligns with his lifestyle.

However, after nearly 20 days on the market, Bonaduce already has reduced the asking price by $100,000, according to the public listing.

The 2,178 square-foot home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a chef’s kitchen. It also features a massive walk-in closet and sweeping views of the entire city.

The “Partridge Family” alum was diagnosed with hydrocephalus.therealdannybonaduce/Instagram

Bonaduce, 63, revealed last week that he was diagnosed in March with hydrocephalus after battling a mystery illness for months and meeting with “100 doctors.”

The disorder is “caused by an abnormal buildup of cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles (cavities) deep within the brain … putting harmful pressure on the brain’s tissues,” according to the NIH.

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The actor-turned-radio DJ, who is sober after struggling with substance abuse, doesn’t know how he developed the condition but shared some theories.

“I’ve done so many stupid things,” he told TMZ. “On a reality TV show, I took a guitar to the head, and that hurt. That’s possibly the cause of all this.

The home features sweeping views of the city.therealdannybonaduce/Instagram

“I got punched in the face by Jose Canseco, a 265-pound professional athlete. And by the way, I didn’t hit the floor; [I] made it on my feet the whole time.”

Bonaduce explained that surgeons will insert a shunt into his head during Monday’s operation as well as a drain to release the fluid buildup.

“If the diagnosis is correct, I’ll be 50 percent better right away,” he said.

Surgeons will place a stent and a drain in the former actor’s head to alleviate his symptoms.therealdannybonaduce/Instagram

Despite the relief he’s anticipating, Bonaduce said he’ll never be able to box or run track again.

“If I can get from here to the kitchen on my own, bravo!” he gushed.

Bonaduce’s diagnosis comes a year after his wife, Amy Railsback, revealed he had to undergo a series of tests after she noticed he was slurring his words and lost his balance.

The former professional wrestler spent five days in the hospital but then told “Good Morning America” viewers in June 2022 that doctors had ruled out a stroke but couldn’t come up with a diagnosis.

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