Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Ecclestone's daughter bought the most expensive house in the United States

The daughter of Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, Petra, bought in Los Angeles that was considered the most expensive house in the United States. He revealed to the Wall Street Journal in its online edition. The mega resort villa in Holmby Hills had been put up for sale two years ago at a price of $ 150 million by Candy Spelling, widow of the legendary Hollywood producer Aaron Spelling.

The house covers 5,700 square meters and includes a bowling alley, a beauty salon, a suite Prince Charles (where he once stayed the heir to the British throne) and parking for 100 cars. The house, dubbed 'the Manor', is surrounded by a property of five acres and was built in the style of a French chateau with a double staircase inspired by the movie "Gone with the Wind." The 22 year old Petra Ecclestone, who married in August entrepreneur James Stunt, will split his time between this residence and the house from $ 90 million which has in London.
It was not announced the price at which bought the large house in Los Angeles. Spelling was the producer of globally successful TV series as "Charlies Angels," "Dynasty," "Starsky and Hutch," "Beverly Hills" and "Melrose Place."

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