In April, we reported that Zsa Zsa Gabor and her ninth husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, were allowed to remain in their Bel Air mansion until the actress dies or for three more years. And, a potential buyer would need to comply with these, er, unconventional provisions, which were court-ordered by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Reva Goetz. Well, they're in luck -- it was confirmed that Gabor sold her home on Monday for $11 million.
Although Von Anhalt and his wife celebrated the news over champagne, not everyone is as happy with the sale. ABC News reports that Kenneth Kossoff, who represents Gabor's daughter Constance Francesca Gabor Hilton said about the starlet: "If she lives beyond three years it could be a disaster". Apparently, taxes and other costs related to the sale could cost the couple more than they have.
In fact, in efforts to generate income for Gabor's medical care and home expenses, they had resorted to renting the stunning 8,878-square-foot, 6-bedroom home as a movie set for films like Argo and the upcoming HBO film "Behind the Candlelabra" starring Michael Douglas as Liberace and Matt Damon as his companion, Scott Thorson.
The mansion, which was listed by Roger Perry of Rodeo Realty, was reportedly sold to an LA-based real estate holding firm, according to Curbed.
Check out photos of Zsa Zsa's home below.
Additional reporting by Ann Brenoff.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's "Argo" Mansion
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