Celebrity Homes: Inside Candy Spelling's $150 Million Mansion
Candy Spelling's 56,500 square foot mansion, dubbed Candyland by the media, has been on and off the market for years, but as the widow of legendary TV producer Aaron Spelling and mother of Tori prepares to downsize, she has become serious about selling the 123 room house at 594 Mapleton Drive in the Holmby Hills area of Bel Air.
Last week, Candy listed the house on the MLS. With an asking price of $150 million, the home is currently the most expensive residential listing in the United States.
The French chateau-style home, which Candy calls "The Manor," sits on 4.69 acres, and is the largest private residence in Los Angeles, according to the listing:
The Manor is the largest and grandest private residence in Los Angeles. Beautifully positioned on nearly five acres of rare flat land, the Manor was built by entertainment royalty Candy and Aaron Spelling. The Manor blends visionary design, passionate consideration to detail, and unique artistic touches. A winding drive leads to a splendid circular motor court with a fountain and space for 100 cars. Italian limestone enwraps the sumptuous living spaces. A magnificent entry with double staircase begin with dramatic 30-foot ceilings and walls adorned with French silk. In addition to 7 BR suites, a step-down formal living room, a projection room, bar, family room, an oak-paneled library, an office, a service wing, billiards room, game room, two lane bowling alley, wine cellar and tasting room, catering kitchen, gym and beauty salon.
See pictures and video tour of America's most expensive home below.