Petra Ecclestone purchased $85-million mansion

Jun.20 – The F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone’s youngest daughter Petra Ecclestone, has purchased a Los Angeles mansion for $85-million, not long following splurging on a lavish London property. At 22 Petra is dubbed as the most spoilt girl in the world – only recently she spent $90-million on a London pad which she shares with her 29-year old fiance, businessman James Stunt. The couple are due to be married August.

The mansion, which once belonged to Hollywood producer Aaron and Candy Spelling (Charlie’s Angels, Dynasty, Beverly Hills 90210) was on the market for $150-million before being scooped by Ms Ecclestone at what must be considered a bargain price.

Situated on 1.9ha in the exclusive Holmby Hills area, the mansion has 17221 square metres of floor space and is called – The Manor – boasting 123 rooms and parking for 100 cars.The Telegraph reports that the US investment could be launch pad for Ms Ecclestone’s model/actress/designer career plans – perhaps on the lines of socialite Paris Hilton.

Petra Ecclestone’s new mansion

Despite the mansion being the most expensive property listed in the US, buying The Manor will do little to dent the financial resources of the 80-year old Mr Ecclestone, who has made an estimated $3.8-billion fortune from motor racing, according to the Daily Mail.

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