Elizabeth Taylor’s 1950s Beverly Hills Estate On The Market For First Time In 21 Years

It was worth the wait.

Elizabeth Taylor Home
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If you were wowed after seeing Kelly Clarkson's Tennessee home, Kim Kardashian's mod former mansion, and Derek Jeter's castle, you're going to want to sit down for this. For the first time in more than two decades, Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Wilding's gated Beverly Hills mansion from the 1950s is officially on the market. With a wee price tag of $15.9 million.

This traditional estate's interior was redesigned by Budd Holden, acclaimed designer and architect credited for homes of Hollywood's finest, from Barbra Streisand to Cher. Joyce Rey & Arlene Rutenberg of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury are representing the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom estate, which has insane views of the Los Angeles skyline and the ocean. My personal favorite feature? The lush gardens and mature landscaping that cover the property, making it feel like a private oasis. Plus, of course, the pool and spa overlooking the city. Now, see for yourself — is it what you imagined it would be?

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The Views
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It's hard not to look at this and think of The Lion King: "Everything the light touches is our kingdom."

Living Space
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The exposed wood beams give this space a rustic-coastal vibe.

Master Suite
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Just look at that showstopping octagonal coffered ceiling.

Bedroom
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If there's a fireplace in all of the bedrooms, I am sold.

The Pool
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All that's missing is a massive, rose gold inflatable swan.

The Yard
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See what I mean? A private paradise.

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