Has 123 rooms and is inspired to Tara, the home of Scarlett O’Hara in ‘Gone With the Wind’. The property includes a cinema, tennis court and bowling alley, swimming pool, ice rink.And ‘most expensive villa for sale in the United States, a recent piece of Hollywood history: the castle is the television producer Aaron Spelling, who died in 2006 at 83 years, and put on sale by widow Candy for $ 150 million.
The ‘Mansion’ was built in 1988 by Spelling, who was inspired to Tara, the home of Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind”, and stands on land formerly occupied by the house of Bing Crosby, which was razed to soil. It has 123 rooms and is the most ‘wide county of Los Angeles. The property includes a cinema, tennis court and bowling alley, swimming pool, skating rink, a park with a hundred parking spaces and a kitchen can put 800 people on board.
At that time, Spelling, who died in the house in 2006, spending $ 12 million to build. Countless famous guests who have stayed in his room: from Charles to Rainier of Monaco to Jackie Kennedy and the star of television shows that had rich producers: Dynasty, Love Boat, Beverly Hills 90210, Charlie’s Angels and Charmed.