INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret got a rare look inside screen legend Zsa Zsa Gabor's mansion.
The Bel Air estate comes complete with a retracting wall of windows, is 12,000 square feet and has killer views.
Gabor's husband, Prince Frederic Von Anhalt took Moret on an exclusive tour of the house Gabor has called home for nearly 40 years.
Moret said, "You can see downtown Los Angeles!"
Von Anhalt said, "All the way to Santa Monica, the beach, the ocean, Catalina island. We see everything up here."
The prince has just decided to put on the market for $28 million.
Portraits of a young Gabor are everywhere, including a painting of her and her famous sisters in the dining room.
The house was orginally built by eccentric billionaire Howard Hughes, who was so paranoid, he had secret rooms hidden behind the walls.
"Howard Hughes used to hide in these walls," said Von Anhalt.
Elvis Presley once owned the property. He sold it to Gabor for, get this—$600,000.
And there is one room the Prince would not let us see at the end of a long hallway. It was Gabor's bedroom, where she lives out her days.