Ecclestone Is New Owner Of Spelling Mansion

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July 14, 2011 | 9:00pm EST

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone’s socialite daughter has purchased Candy Spelling’s sprawling Los Angeles mega-mansion for $85 million.
The Holmby Hills estate was on the market for more than two years before the 22 year old finalized the all-cash deal, and the escrow period ended on Thursday.

TV mogul Aaron Spelling’s widow Candy had originally set the asking price at $150 million – making it the most expensive residential real estate listing in the U.S.

The property comes with a bowling alley, beauty salon, gift-wrapping rooms and parking for 100 cars.

Spelling plans to move into two penthouses she purchased in nearby Century City.