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Spelling "Manor" on the Market for $150 Million

Posted: Mar. 27th, 2009  |  By Christina StewartManaging Editor | JustLuxe
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Celebrity Properties: The home of the late producer Aaron Spelling has been placed on the market for a whopping $150 million by widow, Candy Spelling. The French chateau-style mansion, located in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood, is the largest residential property in Los Angeles County, coming in at 56,500 square feet. The three-story mansion, built in 1991, is set on more than 4.6 acres and neighbors the Playboy Mansion and the Los Angeles Country Club.

The "Manor" has been reported to have more than 100 rooms, however neither Spelling or her Coldwell Banker agent, Sally Forster Jones could confirm the total number of rooms as the mansion has continued to evolve over the years.

With literally more rooms than one could count, the mansion features a bowling alley, a media and projection room, a wine cellar and tasting room, a library, a gym, a humidity-controlled silver storage room, among many others. Even the 17,000-square-foot attic is lavishly equipped with both a barber shop and a beauty salon.

Also on the grounds is a tennis court, 16 car ports, a pool and spa, a reflection pool with an adjoining pool house and kitchen, several fountains and waterfalls, a rooftop garden, a citrus orchard and an exquisite 18th Century-style garden.

According to the Associated Press, Spelling plans on moving into her two-story Los Angeles condominium, which she purchased last year with a considerably less price tag of $47 million.

For LxM Christina Stewart
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She commented on April 7, 2009

Reading all of the ammenities makes my head swim...if you have a house that you can't even remember or ( if you ever knew) how many rooms are in it, it's too big !! You probably wouldn't even visit them all. A house is to be lived in and turned into a "HOME" with love, memories, events, laughter. This just seems like a luxury shell, the space puts too much distance between the occupants it would seem but... Just my opinion !

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theman commented on April 1, 2009

i would love to live there i just dont have the money$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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