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Spelling's $150M Megamansion Finds Appropriately Absurd Buyer

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Long listed as the most expensive home in America, Candy Spelling's massive, nay, overwealming Beverly Hills estate, dubbed "The Manor," has finally sold. On the market for $150M, the house is considered the largest in Los Angeles, with 57,000-square-feet and a litany of extravagances—like a gift wrapping room, the "Prince Charles suite," and a flower cutting room. So who is the buyer of this princely palace? Petra Ecclestone, the 22-year-old daughter of Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone. That's right, a 22 year old will be calling this bloated behemoth home, though she should be accustomed to some regal housing, as she spends her time in London ensconced in a $90M mansion. Don't cry for Candy Spelling though, she recently moved into her $35M, 15,555-square-foot penthouse in Century City.
· L.A. Mansion for U.K. Heiress [WSJ]
· Petra Ecclestone Buys $150 Million Candy Spelling Manor (PHOTOS) [Realtor.com]
· All Candy Spelling coverage [Curbed National]