Spice Girls' Bel Air Hot Spot Listed For $18.9M

The Bel Air home that was famous for being the stomping ground for the Spice Girls and the home of EMI’s former president Ken Berry, alongside former vice chairman Nancy Berry has been listed on the market with an asking price of $18.9 million or for rent at $40,000 a month.

This swanky, luxury property is the very same home where the Spice Girls began their stardom. According to a 1998 article in the Wall Street Journal, “It was on the Berrys’ patio that five young women with a boom box choreographed their way toward a record contract and became the Spice Girls last year.” The article went on to say that the home “often serves as a late-night crash pad for itinerant rock stars and music producers.” So we could only imagine what memories were marked in this six-bedroom, six and half-bathroom home that featured a dining room, gym, guesthouse, a pool, library, breakfast room and nine acres of land through Bel Air.

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