The ranch house, previously owned by Frank Sinatra's ex-wife, Nancy Barbato Sinatra, is "where we all gathered, especially at Thanksgiving and Easter," said Christopher Wilding, one of Taylor's sons, in a statement. "She never entertained the notion of moving."
The roughly 7,000-square-foot home in the Bel Air section sits on 1.27 acres. It has five bedrooms, a living room with a beamed ceiling and fireplace and an office that was formerly a screening room, reported The Wall Street Journal. The master bedroom's walls are upholstered in Taylor's signature violet, the paper said.
Broker Mossler Properties describes the hilltop home as "fully gated and secured," with a private driveway, a bricked motor court, a pool, "a large, galley-style country kitchen, powder room, lower master suite, two family bedrooms with garden access, and maid's quarters."
Taylor's past homes had included a penthouse at 715 Park Ave. in Manhattan, where she lived with her second husband, film producer Mike Todd, said Curbed.com. It later belonged to "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" host Robin Leach, according to its broker, the Corcoran Group.