Candy Spelling’s Mansion

July 15, 2011 by staff 

Candy Spelling's MansionCandy Spelling’s Mansion, Candy Spelling has been officially and finally sold his beloved mansion Candyland. The 56,500 meters square house in Holmby Hills includes 27 bathrooms – not including that Spelling had on sale.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the spelling, the widow of television producer Aaron Spelling and mother of actress / writer Tori Spelling, has sold the farm of 4.7 hectares to 22 years, British Formula 1 racing heir Ecclestone Petra, after it sat around for a little over two years.

And it seems that the spelling is one of the victims of the current depressed housing market, while Candy and had been asking $ 150 million home, built in 1991, Ecclestone picked up a simple cash prize and 85 million – more half of that Spelling had been seeking.

It is still a huge sum, but Ecclestone – who is getting married businessman James trick next month and plans to use as a residence Candyland Part-time – is getting a lot of it (or rather his father) the Money: mansion has an estimated 123 rooms including 14 rooms, several rooms, gift wrapping, and a beauty salon on site. Oh, and there is also a bowling alley, a pe*t*ou*e of 17,000 square meters, and a room for cut flowers.

The property includes parking for 100 vehicles, which Ecclestone – daughter of Formula 1, Bernie Ecclestone, the billionaire and former Armani model Slavica – probably will be filled with race cars.

Spelling, meanwhile, will move in a more modest 15,555 meters square condominium in Century City, she picked up and 35 million – less than 47 million and initially agreed to pay for it in 2008.

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