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Candy Spelling's Holmby Hills mansion goes on the market for $150 million

March 27, 2009 |  7:48 am

1993 file photo of the home of Candy Spelling

Candy Spelling is moving to her new Century City penthouse, so now you can own her punch-line inducing mansion in Holmby Hills. But don't expect the recesssion-era discount,  according to the Associated Press:

The widow of producer Aaron Spelling is placing "The Manor" in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood on the market for a jaw-dropping $150 million, making it by far the most expensive home for sale in the U.S.

The French chateau-style mansion has 56,500 square feet of space on more than 4.6 acres and is the largest home in Los Angeles County. Among the neighbors are the Los Angeles Country Club and, not too far away, the Playboy Mansion.

Candy Spelling's late husband produced hit shows such as "Charlie's Angels," "Dynasty" and "Beverly Hills 90210." He died in 2006.

Read the full story here, including how Candy Spelling's dog helped pick the real estate agent.

Photo: The Spelling mansion in 1993. Credit: Mark Terrill / Associated Press

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