Phyllis Diller's Wacky Estate Hits Market

The late actress and comedian Phyllis Diller's former estate has just come on the market, reports the Los Angeles Times. Diller's longtime home is eccentric to say the least. Diller reportedly purchased the abode back in 1965 and customized the interior to her liking, including naming many of the home's 22 rooms. Click through the gallery to take a tour of this wacky pad, which is on the market for a cool $12.9 million.

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The late actress and comedian Phyllis Diller's former estate has just come on the market, reports the Los Angeles Times. Click through the gallery to take a tour of this wacky pad, which is on the market for a cool $12.9 million.
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Diller's longtime home is eccentric to say the least. Diller reportedly purchased the abode back in 1965 and customized the interior to her liking, including naming many of the home's 22 rooms.
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The comic's longtime home was built in 1914 as a summer home for Lawrence C. Phipps who served as Colorado's senator from 1919 to 1931 and also made a fortune in the steel industry, reports the LA Times. The $12.9 million spread is located behind gates and walls that offer maximum privacy to its occupants.
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Diller's estate measures 9,266 square feet and includes a bevy of rooms the late actress named herself. The living room was called the Bob Hope Salon after the man Diller considered her mentor.
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Another view of Diller's living room aka the Bob Hope Salon.
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Located off the living room is this wooden alcove, which features stained glass windows and hardwood floors. According to Perry Diller, the late comic's son and executor, all of his mother's possessions will be sold at auction.
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Here's a view of the formal dining room in Diller's home, which is located in the highly prestigious Brentwood area of Los Angeles.
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This is the first time that this property has been on the market in 50 years. This room features a vaulted ceiling and photographs and paintings, which line the far wall.
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What the kitchen may lack in space (and modernity) it certainly makes up for in color. According to the LA Times, the kitchen is also referred to as the Scarlet Scullery.
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Say hello to Diller's wig and costume room. Apparently, she had more than one room devoted to wigs and costumes in her house.
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The Brentwood estate features eight bedrooms and five bathrooms and is set on 1.23 acres.
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The home is set around this courtyard, which could use some upkeep.
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Other rooms in the pad that Diller named was a powder room called the Edith Head, after the Academy Award-winning costume designer, and a mirrored telephone room called the John Wilkes Booth.
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A view of the picturesque country English-style property, which boasts mature trees and views of the ocean.
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