“The Manor” — the 57,000-square-foot Beverly Hills home where Tori Spelling spent her teen years — has been sold to 22-year-old British heiress Petra Ecclestone.
Tori’s mother, Candy Spelling, put the gargantuan home on the market in 2009 for $150 million. The final selling price, according to the Wall Street Journal, was undisclosed.
Ecclestone is the daughter of British billionaire and Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone and a former Croatian model. She’s dabbled in fashion design and has worked for Armani. She and fiance James Stunt reportedly plan to split their time between the manor and a six-story home in London.
With more than 123 rooms, the Manor sits on 4.6 acres and is the largest home in Los Angeles County. After the death of her husband, TV producer Aaron Spelling, in 2006 wife Candi moved into a 15,000-square-foot apartment in nearby Century City. To learn more about the Manor visit its Wikipedia page.
On Monday (June 13), Tori Spelling was involved in a car accident at her childrens’ school she says was caused by paparazzi.