Paris Hilton’s childhood home is on the market for $7.3M
Here’s your chance at the simple life: Paris Hilton’s childhood home is on the market for $7.3 million.
The 1931-built Bel-Air home was in the Hilton family from 1980 until 1993, when the socialite’s father Rick Hilton sold the the property and the family moved to another house in the neighborhood.
The 7,300-square-foot traditional-style abode has five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Sitting on half an acre of land, the two-story house features a brick motor court, formal entryway, chef’s kitchen, wine room and multiple offices, the L.A Times reported. The master suite upstairs has its own wet bar and balcony. Outside, there is a saline swimming pool, spa and detached pool house with a gym.
Steve Frankel of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Laurence Young of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties are the listing agents.
The home last changed hands in 2004 for about $2.9 million.
More than a decade since the debut of “The Simple Life,” Hilton’s reality television series with fellow socialite Nicole Richie, the heiress has moved into music as a DJ. She’s now reportedly a fixture on the Ibiza club scene. [LAT] — Cathaleen Chen