The 7,000-sq.-ft., ranch-style home sits on 1.27 hilltop acres in Bel Air
The 1960s ranch-style house in Bel Air that Elizabeth Taylor called home for the past 30 years is on the market for $8.6 million, according to Mossler Properties, which is handling the estate of the screen legend.
Taylor, 79, died on March 23.
According to Mossler’s description, the “fully gated and secured” 7,000-sq.-ft. hilltop residence sits on approximately 1.27 acres. Photos for the listing show a private driveway and a broad, bricked motor court, a pool, as well as lush landscaping.
Contained on the interior main floor are “a large, galley-style country kitchen, powder room, lower master suite, two family bedrooms with garden access, and maid’s quarters.”
What once was a screening room has been converted into an office, while “an adjoining powder room has a sauna and shower for the pool.”
The second-floor master suite offers “treetop views, master bath with spa tub, adjacent dressing room/salon and two smaller bedrooms.”
Only pre-qualified buyers need apply.