Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) December 2, 2009
Haute Living is honored to announce that Candy Spelling, wife of late TV producer Aaron Spelling, has written an exclusive article in the November/December issue of Haute Living Los Angeles.
Spelling’s Holmby Hills estate, The Manor, is currently the most expensive home for sale in the world, listed by Jeffrey Hyland and Sally Forster Jones for $150 million, and Spelling writes a first-hand account about the magnificence of The Manor in a feature article for the current issue.
In an unprecedented event, Spelling chose Haute Living Los Angeles as the only publication to which she would grant exclusive access to display the grand architectural and design details of The Manor.
Publisher Seth Semilof stated, “It is an honor to have Candy Spelling use Haute Living as a resource to sell her $150 million home, as she realizes our distribution fits the demographic to afford such a grand estate.”
Candy’s admiration for Haute Living led to her unprecedented decision to take readers on a tour of the 56,500-square-foot estate, which includes a tennis court and three rose gardens, one planned specifically just for cutting. The French chateau-style mansion is one of the largest single-family homes in the U.S. and readers get exclusive access inside some of Candy’s favorite spaces within the property, including the:
- Doll museum
- Famed gift-wrapping room
- Upholstered silk walls in the entry, inspired by the lobby of The Ritz
- Double staircase replicated after Scarlett O’Hara’s before the Civil War
- Screening room
- Bowling alley
- Barber shop and beauty salon
- Wine cellar and tasting room
- Humidity-controlled silver storage room
- China room
Spelling’s special guest contributor article can be found in the November/December issue of Haute Living Los Angeles at http://www.HauteLiving.com, which features international entrepreneur Richard Branson on the cover.