The Most Lavish and Expensive Celebrity Mansions
Aaron Spelling ($150 million)
If you think you don’t know Aaron Spelling, you’re wrong. Aaron produced Charlie’s Angels, The Love Boat, 7th Heaven, Charmed, and, ironically, Beverly Hills, 90210. Before he died in 2006, the prolific producer bought six acres of property that used to house Bing Crosby‘s mansion and built ‘The Manor,’ also known as the largest single-family home in L.A. An heiress named Petra Ecclestone currently lives in the property (and paid for it in cash!), but The Manor will forever be known as the most extravagant celebrity home in Los Angeles. The home has fourteen bedrooms, twenty-seven bathrooms, and 123 rooms total. I think we just found a way to solve the homelessness epidemic plaguing the city.