What Petra Ecclestone Would Lose If She Sells $150 Million Mansion

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The word on the high-end realty block is that Formula One heiress Petra Ecclestone is ready to sell the nearly 57,000-square-foot Hollywood mansion she purchased from Candy Spelling in 2011.

Ecclestone, 25, called it a “great investment” when she purchased the 7,000-square-foot master suite home for $85 million three years ago. She is now quietly shopping around the home with an asking price of $150 million, Spelling’s original price before the home languished on the real estate market.

“It's definitely worth the money and I think someone will buy it,” Kurt Rappaport, a Los Angeles real estate agent who recently sold the nearby Fleur de Lys mansion for $102 million, told ABC News.

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If Ecclestone, whose Italian wedding to businessman James Stunt in 2011 included a performance by the Black Eyed Peas, does sell the Bel Air, Calif., mansion known as the Manor, she will leave behind a reported $25 million renovation that took a fleet of 500 workers just nine weeks to complete.

“I’ve got quite masculine taste. I don’t like a lot of pattern,” Ecclestone told W magazine in a 2012 profile that described the home as having been transformed into, “an old Dynasty-like set to a massive VIP lounge.”

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Ecclestone kept the home’s two-lane bowling alley, but turned Spelling’s doll collection room into an in-home spa and a customized 20-seat cinema.

The bowling alley is located in the basement level of the home, along with a bar and pool room all designed to resemble a nightclub, according to W.

In addition to the fun and games, a $150 million sale means Ecclestone would also leave behind the 7,000-square-foot master suite that, as she showed W, includes its own kitchen, living room and his-and-hers bathroom and closets.

Ecclestone’s closet, according to the magazine, features a pair of staircases to reach the second level and two “glass-top center islands.”

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When Ecclestone purchased the home in 2011, she described it to ABC News’ Nick Watt as being her second home, since she already owned one of Britain's most expensive homes, a Georgian mansion in Chelsea, valued at an estimated $90 million.

"I wanted to move to L.A. I wanted to have an amazing home. Hopefully in the future I'll be raising a family," she told Watt in July 2011. "My family from London will be coming to visit, so I need loads of space. But it really was a great investment. ... I've got a house in London and I just kind of buy prime real estate that I know hopefully won't go down in value."

Aaron and Candy Spelling spent a reported $45 million building the mansion in the 1980s. In addition to the interior, the 6-acre compound has a pool, tennis court and exquisite gardens, and is one of the largest single-family homes in California.

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