Aaron Spelling’s mansion sells for $120M — setting California real estate record
A huge mansion in Los Angeles built in 1991 for today’s late producer Aaron Spelling and his wife sold for $ 119.75 million.
It is the highest price paid for a home in Los Angeles County, according to the Los Angeles Times, which reported that the sale was formalized on Tuesday.
The 5,258 square meter (56,600 square foot) chateau is the largest house in Los Angeles. It is located in the neighborhood of Holmby Hills, on a land of 1.9 hectares (4.7 acres).
It comes complete with countless luxurious amenities, including a bowling alley, a winery, a beauty salon, sculptural gardens and a motor court with space for 100 cars, according to the list.
The list was made by Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency, who declined to comment; Jade Mills with Coldwell Banker, who did not respond immediately to a request for comment; and David Parnes and James Harris, of The Agency, who declined to comment.
The buyer, who was not identified, was represented by a real estate firm in Beverly Hills.
Spelling produced television series such as “Charlie’s Angels”, “Dynasty”, “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Melrose Place.”
After his death in 2006, his widow Candy sold the mansion for $ 85 million to Petra Ecclestone, daughter of Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone.
This remodeled and the house now has 123 spaces, including 14 rooms and 27 bathrooms.