Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner, has decided to put his infamous Playboy Mansion up for sale for a mere $200 million, making it one of the priciest private real estate listings in the United States.
The Gothic-Tudor style mansion, which featured as the primary shooting location of seminal reality TV show, Girls of the Playboy Mansion, has an internal area of nearly 20,000 square feet and an external area of roughly five acres.
Located in Holmby Hills, west of LA, the mansion contains 29 rooms, boasts a tennis court, free-form swimming pool, and even a zoo license, should you be worried about where you’ll keep your pet giraffe.
There is one bizarre catch, however: Hef has no intentions of moving out, and the mansion will continue to be his primary residence and workplace even when it’s sold, which basically means you’re paying a couple dozen mil’ to be his roommate. Sure, you’ll have to live with an 89-year-old, but at least you’ll be able to attend his debauched parties that tend to be full of naked women.
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