Aaron Spelling mansion on market for $150 million
The widow of producer Aaron Spelling is placing â€œThe Manorâ€ in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood on the market for a jaw-dropping $150 million, making it by far the most expensive home for sale in the U.S. That’s $25 million more than the Beverly Hills behemoth Mariah Carey is said to have made an offer […]
The widow of producer Aaron Spelling is placing â€œThe Manorâ€ in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood on the market for a jaw-dropping $150 million, making it by far the most expensive home for sale in the U.S.
The French chateau-style mansion has 56,500 square feet of space on more than 4.6 acres and is the largest home in Los Angeles County. Among the neighbors are the Los Angeles Country Club and, not too far away, the Playboy Mansion.
â€œEverything there is glamorous, and is luxurious and itâ€™s really great scale,â€ said Sally Forster Jones, an agent with Coldwell Banker Previews International in Los Angeles, which is co-listing the property. â€œThere really is nothing to compare it to.â€
The three-story mansion, built in 1991, is gated and features a winding driveway that leads up to the three-story house, which includes ceilings that reach up to 30 feet high, Jones said.
Some of the only in a mega-mansion features of The Manor include the bowling alley in the basement, a beauty parlor and a barber shop in the 17,000 square foot attic, a gift wrapping room, doll museum, a home gym, a wine cellar and wine tasting room, a humidity-controlled silver storage room, a room just for the China, and a leviathan living room that does double duty as a screening room where the screen rises up out of the floor, the Real Estalker reports.
Lavish features also can be found outside the house, including a tennis court, fountains, a waterfall, a pool and spa, a reflection pool and a pool house with a kitchen, and 16 car ports.
The estate also boasts an 18th Century-style garden, a rooftop rose garden and a citrus orchard.
Prospective buyers wonâ€™t have to worry much about parking when they host big parties.
The property includes a winding motor court with space for more than 100 cars.
Spelling plans to trade her mansion lifestyle for a luxurious, two-story condo atop a residential tower in Los Angeles that she bought last year for $47 million.