Petra Ecclestone mansion
Petra Ecclestone is the owner of a 14-bedroom mansion in Los Angeles, a multi-million pound home in Chelsea. Ecclestone, the 23-year-old daughter of Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone, has refurbished the $85million home
last year. Miss Ecclestone gave W Magazine a tour of her recently renovated Los Angeles home, which she shares with husband James Stunt. As well as its many bedrooms, the property has three hair salons, a massage room, a walk-in wardrobe so large it has a second level accessed by an internal staircase. Then there is the house’s main sweeping double staircase, inspired by the one featured in “Gone with the Wind”. The 57,000 square foot French Chateau-style U.S. home, called The Manor, was built in 1988 by late TV producer Aaron Spelling, who was responsible for shows including Charlie’s Angels. Ecclestone remodeled it over three months, using 500 workers and renowned interior designer Gavin Brodin to turn it into a ‘massive VIP lounge’. The master suite alone is 7,000 square feet, has its own kitchen and living room as well as the bedroom. On the second floor are six huge guest bedrooms, including the Prince Charles suite, where Charles and Diana once stayed.