Sisters Paris and Nicky Hilton spent their childhood traveling the world with their hotel-heir, socialite parents. But one of the homes they lived in is still on firm ground and on the market for $7.25 million in Bel-Air.
It’s a two-story Traditional built in 1931 with five bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, encompassing 7,314 square feet of living space. Slender columns, a two-story portico and dormer windows lend to the home’s timeless appearance.
The house sits on a half-acre sporting a manicured lawn, tall privacy hedges, a saline swimming pool, spa, and home gym inside the pool house. A brick-paved motor court in front leads to a three-car garage in back.
The main level features a classic center-hall floor plan, large entry with sweeping staircase, bright and light living room with hardwood floors, crown moldings, wood-burning fireplace, formal dining room, office, library, chef’s kitchen with breakfast room, a powder room, and housekeeper’s quarters.
A lower-level lounge holds a family room with a lodge-style fireplace, a second kitchen, and a wine room. The upstairs level has a master suite with fireplace, wet bar, sitting area, balcony with views of Century City, dual baths and custom built-in closets, and convertible office.