Formula One billionaire’s daughter shops the Manor at $150 million
The Manor, the former Candy and Aaron Spelling estate that British heiress Petra Ecclestone bought before her marriage in 2011 for $85 million, is being shown privately at an asking price of $150 million.
The 56,500-square-foot mansion, with 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms, sits on 4.7 acres in the Westside neighborhood of Holmby Hills. During the Spellings’ ownership the residence had a hair salon, multiple gift-wrapping rooms and a bowling alley.
Ecclestone, whose last name is now Stunt, has transformed and updated the mansion, selling off many of the antiques Candy Spelling had acquired in Europe and opting for more youthful interiors.
Built in 1991, the mansion is about 1,500 square feet larger than the White House.
Stunt, 25, is the daughter of self-made Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone and former Armani model Slavica, who are divorced. Her 83-year-old father is on trial on bribery charges in Germany.
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