Zsa Zsa Gabor’s lavish three-bedroom home nestled in the mountains of Palm Springs has hit the market for $3.8 million.
The Hungarian socialite and actress and her sister Magda have lived apart in the home for more than 30 years – “Imagine the Hollywood royalty partying and meeting friends over martinis,” the listing reads.
Reminiscent of Hollywood’s Golden Age when Palm Springs was the destination for celebrities, the custom-built property is opulent with a pale pink facade.
The home has hand-carved double doors at the back of the property that lead to a covered porch and mosaic-tiled pool for those many days and nights of triple-digit temperatures in the California desert.
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The house also features extravagant chandeliers, a grand piano and mirrored walls.
The pink theme continues inside the home with pink carpets in one bedroom and walls in other rooms. Other bright colors decorate the room, which according to the listing features the most original elements and furniture.
The master bedroom also has a living room/office, dressing room and makeup room.
An over-the-top powder room features blue and yellow peacock wallpaper and leopard-print curtains.
Black and gold patterned wallpaper covers the master bedroom, which leads to a bathroom with a shower and free-standing bath.
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The kitchen has a yellow plastered ceiling and a Hungarian rotisserie. There is also a patio with a fire pit.
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Zsa Zsa was born in Hungary in 1917 and moved to the USA in 1941. She starred in Moulin Rouge in 1952 before continuing her career primarily in television roles. She died in December 2016.