Candy Spelling, widow of the late TV producer Aaron Spelling, has reportedly sold the famous Spelling mansion to 22-year-old Formula One racing heiress Petra Ecclestone. Click through to see more images of the jaw-dropping home.
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MONTE CARLO, MONACO - MAY 23: F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone and his daughter Petra Ecclestone attend the Amber Fashion Show and Auction held at the Meridien Beach Plaza on May 23, 2008 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)
Five acres, a bowling alley, a beauty salon, parking for 100 cars, and 57,000 square feet of living space that late super-producer Aaron Spelling and his wife, Candy, called home. The perfect cozy nest for 22 year-old,Petra Ecclestone right?
Candy Spelling, widow of the late TV producer Aaron Spelling has sold the famous French chateau-style mansion, dubbed "The Manor." Click through to see more images of the jaw-dropping home.
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Petra Ecclestone, daughter of British billionaire and Formula One magnate Bernie Ecclestone, has purchased the mansion from Candy Spelling. Although the estate was listed for $150 million back in March 2009, it is not clear exactly how much Ecclestone snagged it for.
The L.A. mega-mansion was purchased by the Spellings in the early 80s and has been on and off the market for the past few years at a list price of $150 million, making it the most expensive home for sale in America.
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The winding driveway leads to a motor court with enough space for 100 cars.
Aaron and Candy Spelling married in 1968 and have two children together, Tori and Randy Spelling.
The magnificent entryway has a double staircase inspired by "Gone With the Wind."
The legendary Aaron Spelling produced hit television shows such as "Charlie's Angels," "Dynasty," "Beverly Hills 90210," "Melrose Place," and "7th Heaven."
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The sprawling manor features 14 bedrooms and 27 baths and is located in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood in Bel Air.
Daughter Tori Spelling grew up in the mansion and moved out when she was 19.
Candy and Aaron Spelling with daughter Tori.
A view of the grand dining room.
Additional rooms include an art studio, projection room, oak-paneled library, service wing, billiards room, two-lane bowling alley, wine cellar, beauty salon, China room, and flower-cutting room (of course!).
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Talk about luxury--the walls are adorned with French silk.
The mansion sits on close to five acres of land.
The 56,500-square-foot home is surrounded by private gardens, expansive lawns, antique roses, and includes a pool, Koi pond, full kitchen and bar.
Here is Aaron Spelling's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Spelling died in this home in 2006, at the age of 83.
EMPTY_CAPTION"The Manor," is a nice step up for Eccelstone. She previously scraped by with a six-story house in London's Chelsea neighborhood worth over $90 million. She plans to split her time between her London home and her new L.A. manse. Bernie Eccelstone's net worth is estimated to be about $4 billion.