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Spelling's widow selling home for $150M

March 29, 2009 at 12:43 PM   |   Comments

LOS ANGELES, March 29 (UPI) -- Candy Spelling, widow of the late TV producer Aaron Spelling, says she is selling her Los Angeles home that once hosted countless stars for $150 million.

Spelling, 63, said during her 18 years at the 4.7-acre residence in Los Angeles' Holmby Hills neighborhood, foreign royalty and TV personalities have been among her guests, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday.

"All the stars came through," Spelling said. "Prince Rainier, Prince Charles, Jackie Kennedy -- every star from every one of Aaron's shows."

Spelling's late husband, who died in 2006, was responsible for such TV hits as "The Love Boat," "Beverly Hills 90210," "Hart to Hart" and "Melrose Place."

The $150 million price tag for the Spelling property makes her three-story home, dubbed "The Manor," the most expensive residential property up for sale currently nationwide.

The Times said Spelling is selling the home in order to downsize to a 16,500-square-foot Los Angeles condominium.

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