Candy Spelling had just 30 days to move out after closing the sale on Spelling Manor, the 56,500-square-foot family home where she and television producer, the late Aaron Spelling, entertained presidents, royalty and Hollywood legends. Join us as Candy gives an exclusive tour of the mansion's more than 15 specialty areas, including a bowling alley; a billiard room; an arcade; a collector's gallery with more than 700 dolls; a projection room with a large-scale screen and full surround sound; a china room; a silver room with place settings for more than 50; a gift room with accompanying custom-designed gift-wrapping room; a design studio to capture photos of jewelry and other personal items for online auctions; and a collection fine-art originals, including one of the famous Dogs Playing Poker paintings. (Source: HGTV)
After 28 months of construction, Candy's Penthouse is finally finished and she's celebrating with a big Hollywood party. Guests tour the 1,200 square foot living room, the dramatic den, and the formal dining room that seats 30. Each room is adorned with priceless original works of art nearly as breathtaking as the 360-degree view of Los Angeles from the penthouse balconies.