If you want to burn a measly nine figures on a new home, now's your chance. Candy Spelling, widow of Aaron Spelling, the legendary TV producer, is putting her Los Angeles estate on the market for $150 million—the most expensive home for sale in the United States.
The property, known as the Manor, is located in the Holmby Hills area of L.A., close to the Los Angeles Country Club and the Playboy Mansion. Built in 1991—just around the time Beverly Hills 90210 started to take off—the 56,500-square-foot French-château-style home has more than 4.6 acres of land, making it the largest home in Los Angeles County. The sprawling manse is reported to have about 123 rooms and 16 to 26 bathrooms. Spelling says she doesn't have an exact count.
Other features are a bowling alley, a wine cellar and tasting room, a China room, a library, a gym, a humidity-controlled silver storage room, a screening room, a barber shop, a beauty salon, and a gift-wrapping room. Of course, you've also got your traditional pools, tennis courts, and space for more than 100 vehicles.
Spelling plans to "downsize" to a $47 million, two-story condo in a residential tower in L.A.