Former Paris Hilton Party Pad (With Stripper Pole) for Sale in Hollywood Hills
Rosdiana Ciaravolo/Getty Images; realtor.comIf poles could talk! This particular pole would unspool tawdry tales of Paris Hilton‘s parties in the Hollywood Hills.
The socialite once owned this entertainer’s paradise, and had it completely redone by celebrity designer Faye Resnick to suit Hilton’s taste for Hollywood Regency style.
The home also suited Hilton’s wilder side, as she had the stripper pole installed—a fixture that none of the celebrities she entertained could resist.
After several years of the late-night lifestyle, Hilton sold the place to its current owner—custom furniture, stripper pole, and all.
Den with stripper polerealtor.comWhich doesn’t mean the pole suffered from lack of use. The person who bought the place from Paris rented it out to A-list celebrities, charging them $20,000 per month to stay and play in Hilton’s party palace. Countless glam parties ensued, but Paris’s furnishings were meticulously maintained.
Now, the entire place can be yours for $4.8 million.
“It’s right up the street from Sunset Boulevard and Chateau Marmont, so the party can continue,” says Rebekah Schwartz Sklar, who is co-listing the property with Mauricio Umansky, both of The Agency. “It also has a gorgeous view of the city,” she adds.
This Hollywood party pad once belonged to Paris Hilton.realtor.comNighttime view of L.A.realtor.comSchwartz Sklar explains that after the current owner bought the home from Hilton in 2007, for $3,865,000, he made a number of improvements, including converting the garage into a chic home theater. There’s still a carport with room for two, so luxury cars won’t be completely exposed to the elements.
Home theaterrealtor.comThe current owner also converted Hilton’s famous mirrored closet back into a plush bedroom. Schwartz Sklar says it’s rumored that before Kim Kardashian was famous, she spent time as a closet organizer, and Hilton paid her to come and organize it for her. Hilton bought the property in 2003 for $1.32 million and had Resnick and a host of contractors go to work.
This mirrored bedroom was formerly a closet.realtor.comAs currently configured, the home comes with four bedrooms, two full baths, and two half-baths, spread across 6,312 square feet of space.
Bedroomrealtor.comThe terraced backyard with the pool, spa, and fire pit, has also been decorated mostly in black and white. It currently resembles a chic resort hotel with two cabanas, tailored drapes, and smart grass, installed for easy maintenance.
Backyardrealtor.comThe gleaming black-and-white kitchen, featuring a modern crystal chandelier, has multipaned sliders that open up to that pristine backyard. The kitchen also opens up to a formal dining space with an impressive gabled skylight overhead.
Kitchenrealtor.comDining room with gabled skylightrealtor.comOn the other side of the kitchen is the infamous den, with the stripper pole and hanging lucite bubble chairs.
Those bubble chairs (and most of the rest of the furniture) are included in the price tag. Many of the accessories will transfer along with the sale, including the mirrored bar in the living room, and the giant black-and-white glamor shot of Hilton that hangs over it.
Living roomrealtor.comOther luxury features include luxuriously upholstered outdoor conversation nooks, a game room, and lushly decorated bedrooms and baths. There are also a number of tiled balconies, as you might expect of a Spanish-style Hollywood hillside home built in 1926.
Outside conversation alcoverealtor.comGame roomrealtor.comThere’s been a great deal of interest in the home already, and Schwartz Sklar believes the home might go to an international buyer who wants an instant Hollywood presence.
Hilton has since moved to a gated community in Beverly Hills, which is safer from paparazzi. Best known as a party-going socialite, Hilton has been a model, recording artist, reality star, author, DJ, and appeared in several films.
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