Growing up, socialites Paris and Nicky Hilton certainly visited many of their family’s hotels across the world, but they also spent plenty of time at their Bel-Air mansion, which is now on the market for $7.25 million.
The traditional Los Angeles-area home was first built in 1931 by patriarch Rick Hilton, who was the grandson of iconic hotelier Conrad Hilton, before later being sold in 1993. Although the Hilton family moved on to another Bel-Air estate, the two-story home was well taken care of.
Set on roughly half an acre, the exterior is accented with slim columns, dormer windows, and a two-story portico. A brick motor court and black shutters add to the classic appeal.
Spanning 7,314 square feet, the interior is ultra-luxurious with large living and dining rooms, a formal entry, and a lower-level lounge that holds a family room complete with a lodge-style fireplace, a wine room, and a second kitchen.
Of the five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms, the master suite might be the most luxurious with a sitting area, fireplace, wet bar, and a balcony with views of Century City. The backyard is well-equipped, too, with tall privacy hedges, a saline swimming pool and spa, and a pool house with a gym.