The late producer’s 123 room mega-mansion, The Manor, has finally hit the market. The price? A jaw dropping $150 million. Candy Spelling was rumored to have listed it in 2006 for the same price. The 56,500 square foot behemoth is now the most expensive home on the market in the United States and has beat out Fleur de Lys. The home has a massive foyer with 30 ft. ceilings and a double staircase, 12+ bedrooms, 23 or 26 bathrooms (Candy can’t remember, lol.), a bowling alley, wine cellar, gym, doll room, gift wrapping room, a humidity controlled silver storage room, china room, home theater, library, a 17,000 square foot attic with barber shop and beauty salon, and many many other rooms. The home also has a separate wing that houses 7 bedrooms, a kitchen, five fireplaces, and four bars just for the staff. The grounds of the home include a tennis court, swimming pool with pool house, formal gardens, a reflection pool, a 16-car garge, and a motor court that can amazingly accommodate 100 cars. I think that Candy will have an extremely hard time selling this monstrosity in this horrible economy. During a CBS interview, Candy said that she never planned for the house to be so large and that they eliminated a whole wing of the house during the design stage. So what Candy is saying is that this house would have been even larger! That is simply crazy.
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