A mansion once owned and occupied by Vanna White is on the market for $47.5 million.
- A mansion once owned and occupied by Vanna White is on the market for $47.5 million.
- It has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a gym, pool, mini spa, and vineyard.
- Nearby homes are owned by Eddie Murphy, Denzel Washington, and Sylvester Stallone.
A $47.5 million Los Angeles mansion once occupied by "Wheel of Fortune" host Vanna White and her ex-husband, George Santo Pietro, is on the market, according to Mansion Global. The couple lived in the home until they were divorced in 2002. Pietro has been renting it out since then.
The mansion is located in Beverly Park — a high-end gated community with homes owned by Eddie Murphy, Denzel Washington, and Sylvester Stallone — and features a pool, mini spa, and private vineyard.
Take a look inside.
White and Pietro purchased the five-acre property for an undisclosed sum in the early 1990s.
While the lot was originally empty, they built a 14,554-square-foot home on it in 1997.
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The two-story foyer features multiple staircases.
With eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, there's plenty of room for guests.
The amenities are also impressive, including a wine cellar, gym, mini spa, and pool.
The home features eclectic interior designing, with some rooms featuring neutral colors and minimal decorations …
… and others featuring a wide range of colors and patterns.
Since White and Pietro divorced, Pietro has been renting the mansion out for between $150,000 and $175,000 per month.
Outside, a private vineyard allows residents to produce their own wine.
Whoever buys the house will have plenty of famous neighbors, as celebrities like Eddie Murphy, Barry Bonds, Denzel Washington, and Sylvester Stallone live nearby.