Playboy Mansion goes on sale for $ 200 million with 'freebie'

The news that American Playboy magazine would no longer publish pictures of famous nude girls took a lot of people by surprise last October. Now, according to CNN, Playboy Enterprises has put up for sale the famous mansion located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. However, the sale agreement has one condition: The buyer has to accept that the company's famous founder, Hugh Hefner, continues to live in residence until the end of his life.

As Playboy Enterprises CEO Scott Flanders said in a news release, Hefner has lived and worked at home for at least four decades. “Playboy Mansion has been a home and work creation center for Hef for the last 40 years. And so it will continue to be, even if the property is sold. ”

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Valued at $ 200 million, the giant house has 29 rooms spread over more than 1, 800 square meters built. This includes a catering kitchen, wine cellar, gym, tennis court, home theater and the huge pool that features a cave. In addition there is also a separate game house and a four bedroom guest residence.

Part of the pool with the cave at Playboy Mansion

A curious thing about the place is that, as the real estate brokers point out, the mansion is one of the few privately-selected pet-friendly residences in Los Angeles.

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