The estate owned by the late Phyllis Diller has hit the market for $12.9 million.
Sitting on over an acre in L.A.'s celeb-packed Brentwood neighborhood, the nearly 10,000 sq. ft. Country English-style house was built in 1914. It has eight bedrooms and five baths.
Diller, who died just a month ago, named many of the rooms.
The living room, with its grand piano, is called the Bob Hope Salon, after the legendary comic she considered her mentor.
A powder room is called The Edith Head in honor of the Academy Award-winning costume designer.
A classically-trained musician, Diller called her office -- which was where she kept a second piano, a baby grand -- The Bach Room.
Diller's son and executor, Perry Diller, has said he intends to sell the home's contents at auction.
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