Vanna White’s Former Beverly Hills Mansion Costs More Than a Few Vowels

published Sep 27, 2019
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Plenty of people might want her job but soon, someone will have a shot at claiming Vanna White’s former Beverly Hills mansion as the ultimate prize. Not only does the home come with the reputation of having belonged to the iconic “Wheel of Fortune” letter-turning celeb, it also has one of the heftiest price tags on

According to the site, the European-style property is currently listed at $38 million (which amounts to a TON of “Wheel of Fortune” record-setting wins, in case anyone’s wondering). During the ‘90s after White’s marriage to former husband George Santo Pietro, the then-couple had the extravagant estate built, resulting in a 14,554 square-foot custom residence that sits on a 5.08-acre lot, complete with four-car garage and motor court with a fountain centerpiece.

The palatial home contains eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. The two-level foyer has a double staircase which borders a set of French doors that lead to an outdoor sitting area and a backyard pool. The second level houses an office, staff quarters, all of the en suite bedrooms and a gym complete with mini-spa. The luxurious master suite comes with its own dressing room and dual baths. The upscale kitchen is equipped with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances; attached to the formal dining space is a cozy basement/entertainment area with wine cellar and home theater.

There are also three private acres of merlot vineyards on the grounds, which according to the listing, “produce up to 150 cases per year.” Additional design features include archways, pillars, along with “fireplaces sourced from European castles, soaring vaulted ceilings and triple crown moldings.”In November 2017, the manse hit the market for a slightly higher asking price of $47.5 million. The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky currently holds the listing.