March 24, 2020

56,000 Square Foot French-Style Stone Mega Mansion In Los Angeles, CA


Formerly dubbed the "Spelling Manor", this exquisite French chateau-style mega mansion in Los Angeles, CA was designed by James H. Langenheim (1921-2010) and built in 1990 for media mogul Aaron Spelling (1923-2006) and wife Candy; it holds the title for being the largest home in Los Angeles County. Now known simply as "The Manor", the 56,500 square foot home is owned by billionaire heiress  Petra Ecclestone who purchased the home from Candy Spelling in 2011 for $85 million.

Petra has since completely modernized and freshened up the notable 123-room Holmby Hills abode and re-listed it for the current price of $160 million. Situated on just over five acres of flat land, "The Manor" boasts 14 bedrooms, 27 bathrooms, two-story foyer with grand double staircase, commercial-grade elevator, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, butler's pantry, chef-inspired kitchen with double islands and restaurant-grade appliances, a gentleman's office with fireplace and wet bar, beauty salon, home theater with wet bar, billiards/game room, two-lane bowling alley, a well-equipped home gym, sauna, massage and tanning rooms, a temperature-controlled wine cellar, nine-car garage, and so much more. Outdoor features include a gated entrance, 100-car motor court with fountain, loggias, terraces, swimming pool with spa, tennis court, fountains, and formal gardens.


















YEAR BUILT: 1990

SQUARE FEET: 56,500

BEDROOMS: 14

BATHROOMS: 27

LIST PRICE: $160,000,000 (sold for $119,750,000)

LISTING AGENT(S): Jade Mills of Jade Mills Estates


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