In late January, many, including us, have written about the decision of Zsa Zsa Gabor and her husband Prince Frederic Von Anhalt to sell their Bel Air Mansion for $28 million. Then, Prince said that he wanted to sell the Bel Air home for $28 million in order to cover the costs of Gabor’s medical bills. In the meantime, he apparently changed his mind when it comes to price, and now a 6,393-square foot Hollywood Regency-style house on about one acre of land is on sale for $15 million.
The home is described as having commanding views of downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica, the ocean and Catalina Island and is located on the exclusive Bel Air Road. The estate, which boasts four bedrooms and five bathrooms is decorated with unique accents including several horse head sculptures featured on tables throughout the home. The property also feature living quarters for the maids, a heated pool and an enclosed patio.
Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Bel Air Mansion
Hollywood legend Zsa Zsa Gabor and her husband Prince Frederic Von Anhalt have finally decided that their Bel Air Mansion is too much of a nuisance to keep, and are putting it on the market for $28 Million. The hillside house in the exclusive Los Angeles neighbourhood of Bel Air was built for the late aviator and industrialist Howard Hughes in the 1950′s and serving as Elvis Presley’s residence for nearly four years while filming movies in Los Angeles.
The property was said to be purchased sometime in the 1970′s from Elvis’ Estate for only $600,000, while 10 years ago the couple were offered $18 Million. The 8,000 square foot estate, which boasts a total of 26 rooms, has become too much of a headache for the stars to maintain because of their advancing age and ongoing health problems. The couple has used only two rooms for a while now and apparently can no longer justify the $30,000 monthly maintenance.