The $150M Spelling Manor Was Just Sold… to an “Abhorrently Spoiled” 22-Year-Old Mogul Heiress
1:22 pm, June 14th | by Hillary Reinsberg and Amy Tennery
When Candy Spelling first listed her 57,000-square-foot Holmby Hills mansion for $150 million, few could fathom who would purchase such a home. Even fewer could have imagined that the eventual buyer would be a 22-year-old. But that’s exactly what’s just happened. Go ahead, punch a pillow; we’ll wait.
Petra Ecclestone, the heiress to the Formula One racing fortune (her dad is British billionaire Bernie Ecclestone), has purchased the Spelling “Manor,” widely considered the most expensive home in the U.S. And from what one of Eccelstone’s fellow London prep schoolers told Mogulite, Petra is used to such, umm, trappings:
“Her reputation is relatively infamous. The Ecclestone sisters are kind of known around town for being abhorrently spoiled and not on this planet… Apparently she’s the sweeter of the two sisters, but completely bonkers unaware of her wealth.”
Hmmm, “bonkers unaware of her wealth.” Yea, sounds about right.
So, what can Ecclestone expect from her new abode? Let’s take a look inside…