Fit for a Queen: Inside the Opulent Mansion Zsa Zsa Gabor Called Home for More Than 40 Years
Gabor also once hosted Frank Sinatra, John F. Kennedy and Queen Elizabeth at various points inside the mansion.
Following the death of Zsa Zsa Gabor Sunday — just two months shy of her 100th birthday — the socialite is being remembered for her lifestyle of nothing less than rich and famous.
The Hungarian-born actress and socialite spent her final years in seclusion at her Bel-Air estate with her ninth husband, Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt.
The 6,393-square-foot home was built by billionaire Howard Hughes in 1955 and has a retracting wall of windows and downtown Los Angeles and Catalina Island are in full view.
Gabor, who has lived in the mansion for more than 40 years, purchased the home from Elvis Presley for just $600,000. Today, the home is valued at nearly $30 million.
The socialite also had a lavish fur collection kept in the house. She even had one coat that she bought for $180,000.
Gabor has also hosted Frank Sinatra, John F. Kennedy and Queen Elizabeth II at various points inside the home.
She was bedridden during her final years and she looked weak and frail in what is believed to be her final photograph, taken in 2014. She looked weak and frail with her only daughter, Francesca, by her side. Francesca, whose father was Conrad Hilton of the Hilton Hotel chain, died last year at 67.
In 2011, Inside Edition was given a private tour of the home by her husband. He would not show the room where Gabor stayed.
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