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Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion

I was interested to see the photos of the former Candy Spelling mansion as pictured onh HGTV Front Door.com.  It was built by Aaron and Candy Spelling over a period of four years in the Holmby Hills area of Los Angeles.  Mr Spelling wrote Beverly Hills 90210, Charlie’s Angels, and Dynasty.  When it was on the market, it was not only the largest home in Los Angeles, but the most expensive residential listing in the United States at $150 million.  It sold to a 22 year old heiress.  Candy Spelling sold the home in order to down size to a 16,000 square foot penthouse.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: Dazzling Entrance

The motor court holds up to 100 cars.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: Old South Inspiration

Inside, the foyer was modeled after Tara in the movie Gone With the Wind.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: Lavish Living

This living room doubles as a projection room.  A control panel allows you to bring out black out curtains, framed paintings slide up to reveal projection equipment and a screen comes up from the floor.  The house has 123 rooms.  There are multiple living rooms, three kitchens, 14 bedrooms, and 27 bathrooms.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: A Feast for the Eyes

The custom dining table will seat 30.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: Stately Library

The library housed every script that Aaron Spelling ever wrote.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: A Room for Every Hobby

The mansion has a bowling alley, gift wrapping room, hair salon, and even a doll room.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Manor: Lush Landscaping

Lamp posts are Parisian… there are fountains and a manicured 4.7 acres.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Mansion: Park-Like Setting

Of course there is a pool and there are tennis courts.

Candy Spelling's Los Angeles Manor: Lush Landscaping

No matter where you live, create and be happy!

 

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