Dame Elizabeth Taylor's California home has been put up for sale two months after her death.
The Hollywood legend passed away in March (11) after succumbing to congestive heart failure and the home where she spent her final years is now on the market.
Taylor purchased the luxurious Bel Air property in 1981 and lived there up until her death. It is now for sale with an $8.6 million (£5.4 million) price tag.
The house includes five bedrooms and a maid's quarters, as well as a bathroom with a sauna, a koi pond with a waterfall and a hothouse for orchids. It was previously owned by Nancy Sinatra, Sr, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Taylor's son Christopher Wilding says in a statement, "(The house was) where we all gathered, especially at Thanksgiving and Easter... She never entertained the notion of moving."
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