The Glitzy Palm Springs Hideaway Of Zsa Zsa Gabor Went On The Market For $3.8 Million
A bright pink abode, originally built in the 1960s for the late actress's sister, Magda, was currently on display in the Hollywood Hills.
A home that was once owned by late Hollywood legend Zsa Zsa Gabor is up for grabs, and it's every bit as over-the-top as you might imagine.
Socialite Annabelle Gallucci's glitzy Palm Springs pad was originally built as a custom-built home by her fourth husband, Arthur "Tony" Gallucci, in 1964 for her sister, Magda. Zsa Zsa lived there after her sister passed away in 1997, although there was a short time when she lived there. As a result of the current owners' efforts, the building has been given a modern and maximalist makeover in the years since it was built. Tracy Turco, who is an interior designer, and her husband Jerry Turco, who is a real estate developer, purchased the three-bedroom residence back in 2020, according to Rich Report, these two have been building their dream house since then. “When we found out the Gabor estate was for sale—totally glamour—I wanted it before I had even seen it. Hollywood-Regency style is my aesthetic!” Through email, Tracy told the listing site about the listing.
Located in the picturesque Little Tuscany neighborhood, this midcentury stunner is set on an elevated plain atop a picturesque plain. This art deco home has a playful, pink brick exterior that stands out even more in the spare desert setting. In the backyard there is a large mosaic-tiled swimming pool, along with a stone deck and statues that adorn the landscape. There is a study in baroque aesthetics running throughout the estate's 3,500 square feet, and nearly every inch is a study in baroque style. As part of the original home, there are gleaming chandeliers throughout the building, as well as mirror walls that were part of the décor in the past. In the sale of the property, you'll also find all the furnishings, as well as a grand piano and even a portrait of Magda, all of which are included in the price. Among the latter, it is estimated that it is worth a whopping $20,000, according to Ave 8 agent Conrad Miller and his colleague Brandon Holland, who hold the listing together.
As it is the property of the Turco family, they naturally added their own artsy touch to it. A metallic gold ceiling and black cabinets adorn the kitchen, which has ample space for wine storage as well as an original Hungarian rotisserie. There is also a lot of funky wallpaper design all over the house that has been painted in a variety of patterns. During the renovation of the couple's main suite, they added an office space as well as a seating area for guests. In addition to the pink carpeting and matching closet, the space also features a makeup room, an en suite bath, and stunning views of the mountains surrounding the property. In the words of Zsa Zsa, it's not as complicated as it sounds, and now you can own the California estate for a cool $3.8 million.