Candy Spelling has listed the property with the Westside Estate Agency, sources told TMZ.com Wednesday.
The mansion in the Holmby Hills neighborhood was built in 1991 for about $47 million, TMZ.com said.
The mother of actors Tori and Randy Spelling has reportedly laid off several of her household staff and is considering a complete shutdown of the estate to make it more accessible for showing to potential buyers, the source said.
Spelling, who produced a string TV hits such as "Beverly Hills: 90210," "Melrose Place" and "Charlie's Angels," died June 23 at the age of 83.
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