Zsa Zsa Gabor and her hubby Frederic Prinz von Anhalt listed their 6,393-square-foot Bel Air mansion for $15 million in 2011, a much steeper price than the estimated $600,000 she paid in the 1970s. The home was approved for same in 2013 for $11 million, with arrangements made for the actress and her husband to remain in the home for some time. Gabor died in December, just short of her 100th birthday.
After months of rumors and speculation, Zsa Zsa Gabor and her hubby Frederic Prinz von Anhalt have officially listed their Bel Air crib for $15 million. Zsa Zsa's animated husband proclaimed in January that the couple would ask $28 million for the mansion, but the listing agent (a former fashion model and lifelong Gabor fan) talked the couple down to a more realistic $15 million price tag.
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Zsa Zsa has been residing at this Bel Air mansion since the 1970s when she purchased it for around $600,000.
The screen siren's 6,393 square foot home boasts this oval foyer that has bright red painted walls, exquisite moldings, and hardwood floors.
The expansive estate features this grand formal sitting room.
This room features built-in shelving and a wet bar.
A view of Zsa Zsa's formal dining room.
The 1955 French style estate boasts fantastic city views.
Zsa Zsa was born in Hungary in 1917 and immigrated to America in 1941. Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, who she has been married to since 1986, is her ninth husband.
In addition to this magnificent city view, the mansion has four bedrooms, 5.5 baths, kitchen with a butler's pantry and staff quarters.
A view of the glamorous swimming pool and patio.
Like Zsa Zsa herself, this French chateau is one of a kind.