Zsa Zsa Gabor, one of the famous Gabor sisters, just died over the weekend in Los Angeles. She was 99 and once proclaimed,
“I am a marvelous housekeeper. Every time I leave a man, I keep his house.”
Well, she didn’t keep this one. A desert home that once belonged to Gabor is on the market in Palm Springs. The 1,784-square-foot two-bed-two-bath was built in 1958, the height of her beauty and stardom.
An open, linear floor plan with views of the surrounding mountains and desert landscape can be seen through a wall of sliding glass doors. A separate, glass-enclosed guest house sits beside the kidney shaped pool, where Gabor may have spent many hours basking in the sun. That reminds me of a story…
Zsa Zsa was lounging poolside in L.A. years ago completely naked wearing only a large sun hat and heels when a new pool cleaner surprised her appearing at her back gate. The man exclaimed,
“I’m SO sorry Zsa Zsa…“
“No, dahlink! It’s Eva!“
You can have this home for just $969,000 and repeat that story on me, for decades.
(Photos, Todd Monaghan: via Curbed)