Zsa Zsa Gabor Selling Bel Air Mansion
The legendary home in question was built by Howard Hughes and served as Elvis Presley's Los Angeles residence for four years during the height of his movie career. Gabor bought the 8,000-square-foot, 26-room house in the 1970s from the Presley estate for $600,000.
The Hungarian-born Gabor, who was arguably the first "professional celebrity" à la Paris Hilton, had her leg amputated on Jan. 14, due to an infection and, according to TMZ.com, wants to move into a Westwood condo more suited to her wheelchair.
Gabor has been married nine times and once said she was a good housekeeper, because every time she divorced, she kept the house.
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