Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Bel Air mansion is up for sale for $23.4 million

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Regency-style mansion in Bel Air is up for sale for $23.4 million

It was once home to Elvis Presley before becoming Zsa Zsa Gabor’s residence in 1974.

And now the late actress and socialite’s luxurious Bel Air estate up for sale for $23.4 million, The Hollywood Reporter said Monday.

The property comes along with blueprints and permits to construct a larger residence with six-car garage on the one-acre site.

It was once home to Elvis Presley before becoming Zsa Zsa Gabor’s residence in 1974. And now the late star’s luxurious Bel Air estate is up for sale for $23.4 million, THR.com said Monday

The famous actress and socialite, pictured with her ninth husband Fredric Von Anhalt in 1993, passed away in December 2016 at the age of 99

The current house was built in 1955 and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms over 8,878 square feet.

It also has a pool and boasts panoramic views from Downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean.


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Gabor, who was born in Budapest in 1017, passed away in December 2016.

Three years earlier, she had agreed a deal in which she sold the home to a developer on condition that she would remain living in it until her death.

The current house was built in 1955 in a French regency style and has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms over 8,878 square feet

In 2013, Gabor had agreed a deal in which she sold the home to a developer on condition that she would remain living in it until her death

The Budapest-born star Gabor hosted a string of high-profile figures during her time at the home, including Ronald Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra and Queen Elizabeth II

The property sits on one acre with panoramic views from Downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific ocean

Now it appears that the Regency-style home is likely to be demolished to make way for a more modern and extensive residence. 

The plans drawn up by architectural firm Harrison Design are for the construction of a new 24,020-square-foot two-story house as well as a new pool along with covered loggias, THR.com reported.

The new residence would offer an open plan living/dining room, study, grand circular staircase, open plan family room, kitchen and butler’s pantry on the first floor. 

The second-floor would have a master suite with sitting room and adjoining covered terrace along with his and her baths and his and her closets.

There would be four additional en-suite bedrooms and a playroom. 

Also included in the proposed new property would be a recreational room with bar, screening room, gym and steam room.

The estate is being sold along with plans and permits to build a new 24,020-square-foot two-story house as well as a new six-car garage, THR.com reported

Also included in the proposed new construction is a remodeled pool with covered loggias as well as a recreational room with bar, screening room, gym and steam room

Gabor hosted a string of high-profile figures and celebrities during her time at the home, including Ronald and Nancy Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra and Queen Elizabeth II. 

In April, her ninth husband Frederic Von Anhalt auctioned off her belongings including her couture gowns, jewelry, photo albums and furnishings including a gold plated Steinway Grand Piano.

The hundreds of item raised a total of just over $900,000. 

In April, Von Anhalt auctioned off hundreds of Gabor’s belongings including couture gowns, jewelry, photo albums and furnishings including a gold plated Steinway Grand Piano

  

 

 

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