It was also once owned by Eva Gabor and Frank Sinatra.
You can say that this home is as a part of Hollywood history as the Walk of Fame or Grauman’s Chinese Theatre—and now it’s on the market for an A-list price of $13.995 million. Known as the Eva Gabor estate, this 7,000-square-foot mansion was owned by the famous actress known for her role in the classic sitcom Green Acres (and younger sister of Zsa Zsa). And Eva wasn’t the only famous person to call this place home—Audrey Hepburn and celebrity couple Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow had once lived there.
Located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood in Los Angeles, the traditional-style home was built in 1938 by renowned architect Paul Williams, who also designed homes for other celebrities, including Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Williams also helped design iconic Los Angeles landmarks like the Shrine Auditorium and the Beverly Hills Hotel.
The six-bedroom, four-bathroom estate features a formal foyer, formal dining room, and living room, and family rooms with fireplaces. The 1.1-acre property also boasts a 700-square-foot guesthouse (with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom) and a 1,000-square-foot staff apartment (with a living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, and two bathrooms). Other amenities include a tennis court, a pool, and large gardens.
Jade Mills Estates has the listing.