The Bel-Air home of legendary Hollywood star Zsa Zsa Gabor has sold for $20.8 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The French Regency-style home, which was originally built in 1955, has high ceilings, a sought-after location and, of course, a star-studded pedigree with rumors of everyone from Frank Sinatra to Queen Elizabeth visiting the famous estate.
Gabor was living in the estate at the time of her death in December 2016 with her ninth and last husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt.
Most recently, the home was featured in in HBO's Liberace biopic, "Behind the Candelabra," starring Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck's Oscar-winning film "Argo."
The property comes with incredible 360 degree views of Los Angeles spanning from the Pacific Ocean to downtown.
The listing acame with approved permits and plans designed by the architecture firm Harrison Designs for a replacement mega-mansion, although its unclear what the buyer is planning to do with the property. The plans are approved by the City of Los Angeles.
The current home is more than 8,800 square feet while the new plans would offer a 24,020-square-foot residence with the six-car garage measuring more than 4,000 square feet alone. The new house would also offer seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms along with a gym, steam room and playroom.
"There is also a good possibility that someone could fall in love with this rare Hollywood estate and choose to restore it," said Jade Mills, of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, who held the listing, before the sale.