Aaron Spelling's Los Angeles estate is up for sale for $165 million after it was sold for $120 million three years ago.

Aaron Spelling’s Los Angeles estate is up for sale for $165 million after it was sold for $120 million three years ago.

Iconic Spelling Manor is back on the market less than three years after the California estate was bought for $120 million – this time with an inflated $165 million price tag.

Built in 1990 for the late television producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy, the 56,000-square-foot Holmby Hills French-style mega-mansion is the largest home in Los Angeles and one of the largest single-family homes. in a country measuring over 1,500 feet larger than the White House.

The mansion features a foyer with 30-foot ceilings, an impressive chandelier and an imperial staircase with wrought-iron railings, as well as a formal dining room with a table for 22, a solarium flanked by French doors leading to the pool, and a wine cellar. basement, bowling alleys, tasting room and 7,500-square-foot master suite, according to Mansion Global.

The 56,000-square-foot Holmby Hills Mega Mansion, originally built in 1990 for the late television producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy, is the largest home in Los Angeles.

The 56,000-square-foot Holmby Hills Mega Mansion, originally built in 1990 for the late television producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy, is the largest home in Los Angeles.

The foyer has 30-foot ceilings, a spectacular chandelier, and an imperial staircase with wrought-iron railings.

The foyer has 30-foot ceilings, a spectacular chandelier, and an imperial staircase with wrought-iron railings.

The main dining room has a spacious table that can seat 22 people.

The main dining room has a spacious table that can seat 22 people.

A new buyer can play bowling as the house has two fully automated bowling lanes.

A new buyer can play bowling as the house has two fully automated bowling lanes.

The pool is one of several outdoor facilities on the five-acre property that also includes a tennis court and fountain.

The pool is one of several outdoor facilities on the five-acre property that also includes a tennis court and fountain.

The 14-bedroom, 27-bath residence “offers every amenity imaginable, from a bowling alley to beauty salons, lawns and rose gardens, from a legendary library to a professional movie theater,” according to a listing by Jeff Hyland and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Highland.

Outside, about five acres, is a swimming pool, tennis court, regular gardens and a circular car park with a fountain and parking space for 100 cars, Hilton said.

The house has returned to the market after F1 heiress Petra Ecclestone sold it for $120 million to an unknown Saudi buyer in 2019.

At the time, The Manor was the most expensive home ever sold in Los Angeles County. That record was recently broken by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos when he shelled out $165 million for a 13,600-square-foot Georgian mansion in Beverly Hills in February 2020.

Petra, daughter of billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, bought the mansion from Candy for $85 million in 2011 and has eccentrically transformed The Manor, renovating many of its staggering 123 rooms – even adding a nightclub in the basement and some large aquariums filled with exotic fish. .

The hotel was built in 1990 for Aaron Spelling's wife, Candy (pictured with daughter Tori), and was later nicknamed

The hotel was built in 1990 for Aaron Spelling’s wife, Candy (pictured with daughter Tori), and was later nicknamed “Candy’s Country” in tribute.

Petra, daughter of billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, bought the mansion from Candy for $85 million in 2011 before she eccentrically transformed the mansion, renovating many of its staggering 123 rooms.

Petra, daughter of billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, bought the mansion from Candy for $85 million in 2011 before she eccentrically transformed the mansion, renovating many of its staggering 123 rooms.

She replaced the former packing rooms with a hair and massage parlor, and set up a beauty salon in the room where the Charlie’s Angels producer’s wife has her massive collection of porcelain dolls, Mansion Global reports.

But Ecclestone did not completely redo The Manor, keeping Aaron Spelling’s editing room behind the cinema screen with his handwritten notes.

The house was built in 1990 for Spelling’s wife, Candy, who is now 76 years old.

During the Spelling years, the mansion had a room dedicated to a collection of antique Candy dolls, a bowling alley, a room dedicated to cutting flowers, and even an entire climate-controlled storage room for silver.

The house also had a barbershop, several gift wrapping rooms, and a French wine and cheese room with French music and sidewalk tables.

Aaron Spelling, also best known for producing Beverly Hill 90210, which starred his daughter Tori, and The Love Boat, died at The Manor on June 23, 2006. He collapsed after suffering a stroke and died of complications five days later.

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