'Mommie Dearest' Mansion For Sale
Do you have $35 million sitting around and want to live like Hollywood royalty turned box office poison?
According to All Day Buzzing, the mansion that was used for the set of the 1980 film "Mommie Dearest" is up for sale. The property is a six bedroom, five bedroom Colonial with swimming pool, full pool house and tennis court that sits on 1.66 acres. It was built in 1939 for movie director Alan Dwan whose career spanned the silent era to the early 1960's.
The house, which is a steal at $35 million, is located in the Holmby Hills, adjacent to Bel Air where the Playboy mansion sold for $105 million.
The home provides the perfect sprawl for a number of activities including chopping down orange trees in the backyard and winning numerous swimming matches against eight-year-old girls. The adjoining pool house provides the ideal place to lock up sore losers.
Inside the home the lucky buyer can entertain gentlemen callers in the massive master bedroom suite that includes a bathroom with a stand up shower that includes multiple shower heads and is big enough to fit two. The home's grand staircase sets the perfect stage on which to make a grand entrance carrying a plate of day-old uneaten rare meat. Closet space is aplenty. But please, no wire hangers.