Inside the home of the tragic TV star
Six year's after her accidental suicide, Anna Nicole Smith's Hollywood Hills home has been sold for an estimated $1.75 million, with all the proceeds going to her six-year old daughter.
The Playboy Playmate and TV star bought
the mansion under her given name, Vickie Lynn Marshall, in April 2005, two years before her death in 2007.
Although Anna’s former lover and their daughter Dannielynn have been living there, the home has been put on the market to pay for the six year old's care. The child is currentkly starring in her first modelling campaign for Guess Kids.
It is the end of an era in Hollywood as new owners will move in to the five bedroom, six bathroom house with panoramic views over the canyons and the city of Los Angeles.
The stunning mansion has a huge swimming pool overlooking the city, and a bespoke gym. The 4,700 square foot property still has Anna Nicole's furniture inside. Inside the house is painted white throughout and has floor to ceiling windows. The massive living areas have 20 foot ceilings, balconies, and fire places, whilst custom-made chandeliers hang in the enormous entrance way.