Elvis Presley's Bel Air mansion, the one where he threw a party for the Beatles — yeah, that mansion — has just hit the market for $23,450,000. Built in 1955, Elvis owned the house in the '60s before Zsa Zsa Gabor bought the mansion in 1974. In its time, some of the guests rumored to have visited the home include Queen Elizabeth, Ronald Reagan, and Elizabeth Taylor. So, if you happen to have $23 million lying around, you could add yourself to the impressive guest list.
Besides iconic visitors and memorable parties, the mansion itself is extremely impressive. At 6,400 square feet, it has 28 rooms and an incredible view of downtown Los Angeles.
Apartment Therapy reports that Zsa Zsa lived in the house until her death in 2016. While she lived there, she decorated it to fit her favorite time period, the French Court of Louis XV.
Look at the gold-trimmed furniture and chandeliers!
I'd really like to imagine that so many Hollywood parties went down in this room.
Now that the home is for sale, there are two options for the buyer: Remodel and update the fixtures while preserving the historic home, or knock it down. According to Apartment Therapy, architectural firm Harrison Design wants to construct a 24,000-square-foot, two-story residence.
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