What do you get if you are spoil and rich? You buy a house. Yah-me! Petra Eccleston, 22 did just that. She bought the Spelling House in theLos Angeles,Californiafor $150 million. Her deal was higher and she got it.

It’s like she went to her daddy and say

“Daddy, I want to buy a house”

“Which house?”

“The Spelling House in Los Angeles”

“How much is it worth?”

“150 million” Petra said while filing her nails, with her feet up in the air, getting air dry, on the sofa.

“Let’s see.” Dad  said.

A short pause from her daddy, he takes out a check book and writes a figure for her. She’s happy and the realtor is happy she got a good lump of money that the realtor can retire early at the age of 35.

Does that seem all too real, a spoil rich girl from the UK wants to buy the Spelling mansion? It’s like London Tipton from “Suite Life on Deck.” Where her father owns the London Tipton hotels all over the world, and they look the same when ever someone checked in.  What’s next for Petra Ecclestone a cruise line?

Petra Ecclestone, a former Croatian model,  dabbled in fashion design and has worked for Armani. She and fiance James Stunt reportedly plans to split their time between the manor and a six-story home inLondon. Her dad is billionaire and Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone.

Why she needed a big mansion? It has 123 rooms, who’s going too stayed there? She will have parties for her clients. Who’s going to clean up the place? Maybe me, all those rooms, it’s bigger than the White House. Maybe, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s maid will be working there; will she get a daughter from James Stunt when she get’s married to Petra?

Ms. Spelling and her husband bought the property in the early 1980s and tore down the existing house to build the French chateau-style home in 1991. The home has a double staircase inspired by “Gone With the Wind.” It was considered the largest home inLos Angelesby far when it was built.

The home also includes a bowling alley, beauty salon and a garage for 100 cars.

There’s also a flower-cutting room, a china room, a “Prince Charles suite,” named after its one-time royal guest, and a library in which Ms. Spelling bound her husband’s scripts. The estate has been shown since 2008 and was officially listed in March 2009.