The iconic star bought her first home in 1962 — a 1929 hacienda-style house in Brentwood California. The actress purchased the home for $90,000, but sadly the purchase was made only a mere six months before she was found dead in the home.
The former Palm Springs home of the Gone With the Wind actor was recently put on the market for $2.195 million. The 1925 home features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool, and a pool house. And the current owner has ties to Old Hollywood as well — he's Joel Douglas, son of Kirk Douglas.
Everyone's favorite TV couple occupied the 1920s Spanish-style house in Beverly Hills while another house was being built for them down the street. Now the home is on the market for $6.985 million — it features seven bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a trellised loggia/patio with fireplace, a pool, and guesthouse.
The legendary crooner owned the glamorous glassed-in penthouse in Manhattan's Upper East Side for 11 years. Sinatra lived there with his wife Mia Farrow during their short-lived marriage. And most recently, the apartment, which features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a glass spiral staircase, was listed at $4.9 million.
The late legendary funnyman had the 10-bedroom, 13-bathroom, futuristic-looking Palm Springs home built in 1979. Architect John Lautner designed the 23,366-square-foot concrete, steel, and glass home, which features a swimming pool, waterfall, tennis court, and amazing views. Now the home is on the market for $25 million.
The late Hollywood bombshell bought the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom Spanish Colonial in 1957 with then-husband Mickey Hargitay. Dubbed the "Pink Palace," the house featured floor-to-ceiling pink shag carpeting, seven outdoor fireplaces, and a heart-shaped pool with "I Love You Jaynie" spelled out in gold mosaic tile. Unfortunately, the home was demolished in 2002, but photos still exist of the over-the-top palace.
The late singer's former Palm Springs home, dubbed "Graceland West," was listed at $2.59 million and was set to be auctioned off in late October, until an undisclosed buyer put an offer on the house, according to The Press Enterprise. The 1.75 acre ranch home features a kidney bean swimming pool, spa, a 30-foot by 50-foot entertaining room, a room with plush red wall-to-wall carpeting, and more extravagant amenities.
The National Velvet and Breakfast at Tiffany's star sold his four-bedroom lakeside home near Malibu for just over $1 million in 2013 before he passed away in 2014. In the backyard, there's a commemorative plaque to honor the house's former famous owner. The home was just re-listed by its current owners after a remodel for $2.495 million.
The Bonnie and Clyde star recently put her 1925 West Hollywood duplex on the market for $1.55 million. The home features two detached units that share a courtyard with an outdoor fireplace, and in total there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
When legendary screen star Lauren Bacall passed away in late 2014, her New York City apartment in the famed Dakota building went on the market. The actress purchased the apartment in 1961 for $48,000, and it was recently appraised for $9 million.
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