Candy Spelling House
Candy Spelling was born Carole Gene Marer in Beverly Hills, California, the daughter of Augusta Gene and Merritt Marer. She is the author of the bestseller, STORIES FROM CANDYLAND, had a 50-year hiatus from writing. Candy’s first published work was 1957’s “How I Gave My Father An Ulcer,” a letter to her father apologizing if food she made using the Betty Crocker junior baking set he bought her gave him an ulcer. Her parents thought the letter was worthy of publication, and submitted it to the local Los Angeles newspaper. It ran, and readers were glad to learn that Candy’s father did not have an ulcer. In 1963 Candy graduated from Beverly Hills High School. In 1968, Candy Spelling married producer/writer Aaron Spelling. Together they had two children, Victoria Davey Spelling and Randall Gene Spelling, both of whom became actors as teenagers, as Tori Spelling and Randy Spelling. They appeared in several of Aaron’s productions, most notably in Beverly Hills, 90210.
Candy Spelling's hotel-sized house is for sale for over $150 million price tag. This is the most expensive residential real estate listing in the United States.
The property has been secretly listed for months. It’s listed with Hilton & Hyland and the firm principals Jeff Hyland and Paris Hilton’s dad, Rick Hilton, are handling the sale themselves. This is a jewel of one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Southern California. The property is one of the most famous property ever built. Built by entertainment royalty Candy and Aaron Spelling, the estate rests on approximately 4.7 acres of rare, flat land in Holmby Hills.
Aaron bought the property in the early 1980s and tore down the existing house on the property.
The largest private residence in Los Angeles County, the French chateau-style property has 56,000 square feet of space. The property features a 123-room, 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.
Beautifully positioned on nearly five acres of rare flat land, the Manor was built by entertainment royalty Candy and Aaron Spelling. The Manor blends visionary design, passionate consideration to detail, and unique artistic touches. A winding drive leads to a splendid circular motor court with a fountain and space for 100 cars. Italian limestone enwraps the sumptuous living spaces. A magnificent entry with double staircase begin with dramatic 30-foot ceilings and walls adorned with French silk. In addition to 7 BR suites, a step-down formal living room, a projection room, bar, family room, an oak-paneled library, an office, a service wing, billiards room, game room, two lane bowling alley, wine cellar and tasting room, catering kitchen, gym and beauty salon.
Seller: Candy Spelling
Address: Holmby Hills, California
Price Tag: $150,000,000
Size: Very Big