In March 1985, while out jogging, Kell collapsed and died of a heart attack.
The relationship finally ended when Milland realised how much it would cost him in a divorce.
Designer Oleg Cassini had been smitten with Kelly ever since he had seen Mogambo.
It was after Bamont passed away last year that Albert purchased the toxic six-bedroom, 2½-story Colonial homestead custom-built by his maternal grandfather.
As Time magazine once observed, the stylish Manhattan establishment on the smart Upper East side would house 'the greatest concentration of beauty east of Hollywood', a privilege that was entirely down to it being 'one of the few places in Gomorrah-on-the-Hudson where a girl could take her virtue to bed and rest assured it would still be there next morning'.
Kelly even donned her in the film, as her character was also engaged.