So tell me what you want, what you really, really want! I want a, I want a, I want a... slamming mansion!
The house where the Spice Girls were born is on the market. It's the home of EMI Records' former president, Ken Berry, and his wife, company vice chairman Nancy, reports Curbed LA.
Apparently, it's also where "five young women with a boom box choreographed their way toward a record contract and became the Spice Girls," according to the Wall Street Journal (check out their moves in the video above).
The Bel-Air pad is impressive, with vaulted wood ceilings, wrought-iron staircases, and other hacienda-style details. The six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, guesthouse, gym, and screening room might seem like the home's most important details, but once we can spot the outlet used for the Spice Girls' famous boombox, we'll know it's worth the full $18.9 million asking price.
All photos are courtesy of Realtor.com.
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