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Tori Spelling’s Childhood Home Is Up For Sale at $165 Million — See Photos of the Mega-Mansion

Get ready because an epic Los Angeles home in the Holmby Hills neighborhood is up for sale at a gigantic price. Tori Spelling’s late childhood estate is on the market for a whopping $165 million. This 56,000 square feet property boasts 14 bedrooms and twenty-on-and-a-half bathrooms — that’s a lot of toilets to scrub.

The legendary home of her parents, Aaron and Candy Spelling, was sold for $85 million in 2011 to English socialite Petra Ecclestone. She spent $20 million on renovating the property and then put it on the market in 2019, where she made a substantial profit off the $120 million price, per Dirt. Now, the current owner hopes to make a $45 million profit by including all the furniture and decor in the sale.

Tori didn’t love the home as much as you would think. She described it on Jeff Lewis Live last year, “The Manor was beautifully decorated. My mom has impeccable taste, but the rooms were large, and it felt cold all the time. Just because physically, honestly, they were too big.” Adding that they rarely used all of the rooms, she explained, ” For me, it was big. I feel like our family, and it was a family of four. My mom, my dad, my brother, and myself. We spent time in the kitchen, the office, my parents’ bedroom, in each of our bedrooms. That’s it.” Tori went on to use the gorgeous grounds of The Manor for her million-dollar wedding to first husband Charlie Shahnaian in  July 2004.

This property has to be seen to be believed, so don’t miss the bowling alley, and be sure to check out more photos at Dirt.

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