Candy Spelling’s Mansion Sold To Petra Ecclestone

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Associated Press
Candy Spelling’s massive 57,000 square-foot home has finally sold — for an undisclosed price — to Formula One heiress Petra Ecclestone. The home had been shown since 2008 and officially on the market since 2009, reports the Wall Street Journal
The home was first listed at $150 million, and while we’re not sure of the final sale price, Realtor.com points out that “listing agents Rick Hilton and Jeff Hyland of Hilton & Hyland and Sally Forster Jones of Coldwell Banker stand to possibly make a combined $9 million in commissions” if it’s anywhere near the original asking price.
Candy’s mansion sits on five acres in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood and contains fourteen bedrooms and twenty-seven bathrooms. It contains special rooms dedicated to activities like wrapping presents and storing silverware, in addition to the usual luxe amenities: wine cellar, bowling alley, screening room, library, and gym, according to the Associated Press

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