Petra Ecclestone Buys Aaron Spelling Mansion: PHOTOS
The Aaron Spelling mansion has been on and off the market for years. His widow Candy Spelling relisted the property in 2010, with an asking price of $150 million, but ended up settling for half that amount when fashion designer Petra Ecclestone came knocking.
The 22-year-old daughter of billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, CEO of Formula One management, has reportedly agreed to pay $85 million for the 57,000 square foot Holmby Hills property. A gift from daddy?
The French chateau-style manor, built in 1988 at a cost of $12 million, has seven bedroom suites, an entire floor of closets, a bowling alley, beauty salon, fully appointed gym, 30 foot ceilings, servants wing, fountains, wine cellar, projection room, gaming rooms, library, catering kitchen, tasting room, 16 carports and parking for 100 cars.
We showcased the 123-room property last year. Want a glimpse of the largest home in Los Angeles County? Check out the photos and video here.
No worries on where Candy Spelling will land next. She has reportedly plunked down $35 million for two penthouse units in Century City that are being renovated to serve as one luxurious living space. Such is life for the idle rich ...