Eva Gabor’s onetime estate comes back on the market in Beverly Crest
The onetime estate of the late TV actress Eva Gabor, who co-starred in the 1960s sitcom “Green Acres,” is back on the market in the Beverly Crest area for $14.495 million. During the last two years, the property has been listed for sale at prices ranging from $12.95 million to $16.95 million.
Designed by architect-to-the-stars Paul Williams in 1938, the two-story traditional-style house sits on more than one green acre with three other structures. A brick motor court, columns, a portico and an ornate frontispiece above the front door lend the home a Golden Age of Hollywood vibe.
Some 8,750 square feet of living space contain living and family rooms with fireplaces, a formal dining room, a library/screening room, a bar and a detached office. Including the caretaker’s cottage, there are six bedrooms and four bathrooms.
A pool house with a kitchen sits off the swimming pool. The tennis court has a viewing deck. There’s also a greenhouse.
Gabor lived in the house for nearly two decades until her death in 1995 at 76. The film and stage actress appeared on such shows as “Petticoat Junction” and “The Love Boat” and did voice work for “The Rescuers Down Under” (1990) and “The AristoCats” (1970).
Corrie Lontoc is the listing agent.
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