Elizabeth Taylor's Bel-Air estate is now on the market, two months after the actress died.
The house, which Taylor owned since 1981, is listed at $8.6 million, according to Mossler Properties, which is handling the sale.
The 7,000-square-foot home, described as a 1960s ranch house, sits on 1.27 acres and features a private driveway with a guard gate.
The main floor includes "a spacious living room with a wood-beam ceiling and wood-burning fireplace that opens to a sitting room and dining room, all with direct access to the outdoor pool terrace," according to the listing.
The first floor also includes a galley-style country kitchen; a screening room that's now being used as an office; at least two powder rooms, one of which includes a sauna and shower for the pool; a master suite; two family bedrooms with garden access; and maid's quarters.
On the second floor is another master suite, master bath with spa tub and two more bedrooms.
The grounds include a koi pond with waterfall and a hothouse for orchids as well as a bamboo "jungle" and rose gardens.
Only pre-qualified buyers will be shown the property.