Candy Spelling sells massive home to 'spoilt girl'
Home has 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms
Candy Spelling. Former wife of TV superstar producer Aaron Spelling has
finally sold her massive 57,000 square-foot home. The sprawling mansion
was sold for an undisclosed amount of money to Formula One heiress Petra
Ecclestone. The home had officially been on the market since 2009.
The mansion sits on five acres in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood and contains fourteen bedrooms and twenty-seven bathrooms.
The mansion sits on five acres in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood and contains fourteen bedrooms and twenty-seven bathrooms. The home contains special rooms dedicated solely to such activities like wrapping presents and storing silverware. There is the expected wine cellar, bowling alley, screening room, library and gym.
The hoe's new owner, Petra Ecclestone is a 22-year old fashion designer who has been described as "one of the most spoilt girls in Britain." Ecclestone's father, Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone, bought a £56 million home for Petra in London, who claimed it was for her five dogs.
Candy Spelling married producer/writer Aaron Spelling in 1968. Together they had two children, Victoria Davey Spelling and Randall Gene Spelling, both of whom became actors as teenagers, as Tori Spelling and Randy Spelling. They appeared in several of Aaron's productions, most notably in "Beverly Hills, 90210."
Her recently sold home was called Spelling Manor. Spelling reportedly paid $47 million for a two-story condo. Her lawyer said Spelling was moving in order to downscale her living space after her husband's death in 2006. In March 2009, Candy put her Holmby Hills mansion up for sale with an estimated 100 rooms and is said to be the largest home in Los Angeles County.
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