The legend that was Zsa Zsa Gabor died on Sunday at the age of 99. The Hungarian-American actress died at her home in Los Angeles.
Known for her glamorous lifestyle and many marriages as much as her professional career, she famously once quipped, ‘I am a marvelous housekeeper. Every time I leave a man, I keep his house.’
By coincidence, one of her former homes has just come been put on the market.
Built in 1958, the Palm Springs house has been listed by TTK Represents for $969,000 (€929,000). Its current owner put it up for sale 8 December – a few days before Gabor’s passing.
‘The owner has been talking about listing the home for the last six months,’ broker Keith Markovitz told NY Post, adding that they’d seen an upswing in interest since Gabor’s death.
At 19 Cahuilla Hills Drive, the 1,784-sq. foot hideaway features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, along with the obligatory pool. There’s a main house plus a detached ‘casita’ that would be perfect for guests.
It’s believed that Gabor lived at the residence in the 1960s, before moving to Bel Air in the 1970s.
The desert city of Palm Springs, within the Coachella Valley, has a higher-then-average gay population, and is hugely popular with LGBTI sun seekers and tourists.
It is also famed for its mid-century architecture, of which Gabor’s former home is typical.
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