Candy Spelling’s Bel Air mansion worth $150 Million

If you would like to buy  56,500 square foot estate in Holmby Hillsknown known as The Manor, whick belongs to Aaron Spelling’s widow, you will need to cache  $150 million.

The Manor is built in the early 1980s for the television producing legend Aaron Spelling who died in June 2006. The Manor is one of the largest single-family homes in California, and one of five homes in the world that are on the market for $100 million or more, according to

A winding drive leads up to this French style home, which sits on nearly five acres of land. It offers a large circular motor court and a fountain and space for 100 cars.

There is a magnificent entry with a double staircase, dramatic 30-foot ceilings, and walls adorned with French silk.

The residence provides a step-down formal living room, projection room, bar, family room, oak-paneled library, a service wing, billiards room, game room, a much discussed by Tori Spelling two-lane bowling alley, wine cellar and tasting room, catering kitchen, gym, beauty salon, and pool.

Quick info about Candy Spelling

Carole Gene “Candy” Spelling (born September 20, 1945) is an American author and socialite. She is the widow of Aaron Spelling (April 22, 1923 – June 23, 2006), American film and television producer.

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