#7 – The Manor – Los Angeles, CA ($150 Million)
When you’re the king of television, you get a bit of extra money to throw around. That’s what happened in 1988 when Aaron Spelling built the biggest home ever in Los Angeles. The house was later sold to Petra Stunt. She is the daughter of Bernie Ecclestone, the man who made a lot of his money from Formula One racing.
You know how you have to wrap presents in your living room at Christmas and make a huge mess each year? This house has three rooms dedicated solely for wrapping presents. We’re not quite sure how many presents Spelling was buying each year, but apparently it was enough to get three rooms dedicated to it. There is also a parking garage that can fit 100 vehicles, so parties are commonplace when you live at The Manor.
#6 – The Pinnacle – Sky, MT ($155 Million)
Montana is known as being one of the states that is among the lowest in real estate prices in America. Not all of the houses are cheap though. The Pinnacle is the most expensive in Big Sky country. With a listing price of $155 million, The Pinnacle is part of the Yellowstone Club, which is a neighborhood that is reserved only for billionaires.
If you want to live in frozen Montana (and not many people do), you will at least be treated to a ton of luxuries in this house. There is a pool both indoors and outdoors so you can swim all year round, and a fireplace in each bathroom— because everyone hates sitting on a cold toilet seat. There is no owner currently, so start saving for this beauty today.