Bob Hope's gigantic 23,366 square foot home is back on the market for a whopping $34 million!
This is a significant decrease from the $50 million the family had originally asked back when they first put it on the market in February 2013.
The spacial 10 bedroom, 9.75 bath home was built in 1980 and designed by John Lautner.
Situated on 6.18 acres, the unique property features beautiful views of the San Jacinto Mountains and the Coachella Valley and boasts intricate gardens, a waterfall, pond, putting green, tennis court, indoor and outdoor pools and a hot tub.
Some of the home's best details include an undulating curved roof, a massive boulder that juts into the living room, and a center circular space that opens to the sky above.
The house can reportedly fit up to 300 guests and hosted a variety of Hope's celebrity friends including Tony Bennett and Glen Campbell.
Hope passed away at the age of 100 in 2003 and his wife Dolores died at the age of 102 in 2011. His three surviving children made the decision to put the estate on the market last year.
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