LOS ANGELES, July 5 (UPI) -- The widow of TV producer Aaron Spelling is reportedly seeking $150 million for their opulent 56,000-square-foot Los Angeles estate.
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.