The patron saint of sixteen year old girls, Audrey Hepburn and her timeless allure has kept her classic beauty and quotable spirit in perpetual pop culture circulation. For the ultimate fan, for whom the box set edition of Breakfast at Tiffany's just isn't enough, this September the starlet's former Hollywood home will be up for sale, with an asking price of $13,995,000.

Sitting on 1.1 acres with a private tennis court, sprawling lawns, gardens, patios, a guest house, staff quarters, and a large pool, the 1938 built Holmby Hills estate has played home to many a name beyond just Hepburn's - including Mia Farrow, Eva Gabor, and David Niven.

Click through for a peek inside the charming property!

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