A famous estate!
This house, very famous among the Hollywood culture, is up for sale once again. Formerly built by Howard Hughes, the house had been lived in by Elvis Presley (rumors?) and later by actress Zsa Zsa Gabor.
It was even rumored that a gala evening was held here and attended by Elvis and the Beatles in this Bel Air mansion (what I would have given to be invited to that!).
The property has also been featured in such films such as the HBO movies: Behind the Candelabra and Argo. The estate has also been visited by major celebrities such as Queen Elizabeth II, Ronald Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra.
Do you remember seeing an estate in one of these famous movies?
I invite you to come and take a look inside! Enjoy the tour!
An estate with 28 rooms
The house offers breathtaking views of downtown Los Angeles and the ocean. This estate has a little over 43 560 square feet of very private land. The house offers its residents 6400 square feet of living space with 28 rooms. It really does look like a home noble enough for the King!
The house was built in 1955 and also has a swimming pool and belvedere (gazebo). The house itself looks like an old Hollywood mansion. The exterior is a vivid yellow with a green roof. Inside, there are chandeliers, a classical decor with modern accents and high ceilings. The next buyers will have the opportunity to renovate the house and keeping its unique charm or to completely change the interior.
A classic decor
The mansion has six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a chef's kitchen, a 'Butler's' room, an incredible rooftop terrace and much more. The house is spacious and seems worthy of royalty. What do you think of the decor?
Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor (before her death) and others claimed that Elvis Presley had once lived in this mansion, but it seems like this might not be correct. Barbara Yobs (the sales agent) mentions that Gabor bought the house from her grandparents, and that Elvis had never lived there ... enigma! Who is telling the truth?
And you? What do you think?
It is true, however, that Elvis lived in Bel Air for many years, so who knows what really happened?
Do you think Elvis could have lived here? What do you think of the style of this mansion?
One thing is for certain, if the walls could talk, we would learn many things about this legendary estate!