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Hot Property: Due for another proposal, dahling

LOS ANGELES_Zsa Zsa Gabor's longtime Bel-Air estate has come on the market at $23.45 million - more than twice what it sold for a year ago, $10.45 million, public records show.

The French Regency-style mansion, built in 1955, sits on a 1-acre gated hilltop with views of downtown Los Angeles, Catalina Island and the ocean. It's being offered with permitted plans for a new 24,020-square-foot mansion designed by Los Angeles-based company Harrison Design.

Fronted by a large motor court, the mustard-yellow house has about 6,400 square feet of living space and 28 rooms that include a circular foyer, scaled formal rooms, staff quarters, an office and a butler's

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