A Grand Mansion with a Grand $125M Price Tag

If Candy Spelling can unload her massive Holmby Hills mansion, there's no reason that philanthropist Suzanne Saperstein can't do the same. Saperstein, who has been trying to sell her gargantuan Holmby Hills property since 2007, recently re-listed her estate for $125 million. The property has been on and off the market ever since Saperstein divorced her entrepreneur husband back in 2007. View the listing.

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If Candy Spelling can unload her massive Holmby Hills mansion, there's no reason that philanthropist Suzanne Saperstein can't do the same. Saperstein, who has been trying to sell her gargantuan Holmby Hills property since 2007, recently re-listed her estate for $125 million. The property has been on and off the market ever since Saperstein divorced her entrepreneur husband back in 2007. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Los-Angeles/350-N-Carolwood-Dr-90077/home/8173154n" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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Curious what $125 million will buy these days? For starters, the mansion called Fleur de Lys includes this impressive entrance that looks truly fit for royalty.
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A view of the luxurious pool. Petra Ecclestone, the heiress who purchased Candy Spelling's mansion, had reportedly planned to buy Fleur de Lys. We gotta say that Petra has some high-end (and fantastic) taste!
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Included in this grand home is a ballroom, two kitchens, a 50-seat screening room (after all, who wants to watch a movie alone?!), a nine-car garage, 12 bedrooms, and a whopping 15 bathrooms.
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A view of one of the many lavish and impeccable rooms in the home. This place could definitely pass for a castle or a palace!
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Imagine the fun dinner parties that could be had in this room!
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From the ritzy interior design to the limestone floors to the detailed moldings, it's clear that everything about this mansion is ornate and meant to impress.
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