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Photos: You Can Stay At Liz Taylor's Secluded Palm Springs Home

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Need a secluded desert getaway? Elizabeth Taylor's former home in Palm Springs is available for rent.

The 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home, officially known "Casa Elizabeth, a kathy ireland® Weddings and Resorts property," is a secluded home in Palm Springs' Las Palmas neighborhood. It has a pool, spa, a fireplace and great views. The house was decorated by Kathy Ireland, who also lives in the desert. Casa Elizabeth can be rented for retreats, weddings or private desert getaways with friends, according to the listing.

The house was built in 2001, and Taylor bought the home in 2004. She died in 2011.

The home can sleep eight people and rents between $695 to $1,100, depending on the season. A painting of two deer, seen in a bedroom photo hanging over the bed, was painted by Taylor.

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This rental home isn't the same as a certain 1937 home in Old Las Palmas, which Taylor lived in with Mike Todd, her third husband who died in a plane crash in 1958. That home was never owned by Taylor—she rented it.

Recently, we learned that you can also rent Huell Howser's dream home in Twentynine Palms, about an hour drive northeast of Palm Springs.