To say that Tori Spelling’s childhood was atypical is an understatement as big as her parents’ famously nicknamed mansion the gentlemen. Given that her father, Aaron Spelling, produced some of TV’s hottest hits, his custom-made abode was anything but humble. With 123 rooms and more than 56,500 square feet of living space (larger than the White House), the Manor ranks as the largest house in Los Angeles, with amenities ranging from a bowling alley to an ice rink.
When the house was finally finished, Spelling was 17 years old. As a result, she only lived there for two years before starting her own business. Chat with co-host Jennie Garth on her Podcast “90210MG”.as reported by persons, Spelling admitted that she had “never seen every room” in the house when she lived there. “You know me, I get exhausted very quickly,” she explained. “Walking through this house, easy, phew. Just taking the elevator to the second floor was just too much.”
While Spelling conceded that the house was “fancy,” she said it “didn’t feel homey.” In fact, she recalled that she and her family spent most of their time in the kitchen, in the bedroom, or in her mother’s office. “I just remember feeling like… ‘This is crazy,'” she said of life in the massive mansion.