Paris Hilton's mansion from 'The Simple Life' is on the market for $4.8 million
Money can’t buy happiness, but $4.8 million can buy you a taste of The Simple Life. Paris Hilton’s Hollywood Hills home, featured in the reality TV series that made her a household name in the mid-2000s, is on now on the market. Though it was previously listed in 2007, all of the hotel heiress’s decor and furniture is right where she left it, and is included in the list price. Check out the images below.
Here’s the familiar exterior of the 3000-square-foot, Spanish-style home, built in 1926.
This room has lots of “wall stuff,” which we can guarantee is not from Walmart.
The interior of the house is done up in neutral colors with plenty of sparkle, including the crystal chandeliers that hang in the dining room and kitchen.
Here’s a cozy room where you can collapse on a mile-long couch and stare at a giant picture of Paris.
We’d describe the look of this bedroom as “Versailles meets New Jersey diner.”
The backyard boasts a pool, a spa, a fire pit, and multiple cabanas.
Sadly, the Realtor’s photos don’t show Paris’ closets, so there’s no telling if she left any shoes behind.
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