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Hugh Hefner's iconic Playboy Mansion is going on sale for $200 million

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by EF-Roger, Jan 11, 2016.

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  1. EF-Roger

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    The iconic Los Angeles mansion of Hugh Hefner, the founder of the Playboy empire, is being put up for sale for $200 million, Playboy Enterprises said, one of the highest asking prices for a private residence in the United States.

    The Gothic Tudor-style mansion, which has an area of nearly 20,000 square feet (1,858 square meters) and boasts 29 rooms, sits amid five acres in Holmby Hills west of the city.

    In addition to amenities such as a tennis court and a free-form swimming pool, the estate is home to the infamous Playboy grotto, which over the years served as the setting for some of Hefner's most lavish, hedonistic parties.

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  2. 111kg Member

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    Sooooo... basically, Hugh Hefner becomes your room mate? That guy has a lot of stories to tell, I can bet my money on that.
     
  3. Digsby Trace

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    Well, goodluck to the future owner as the reputation of the house as the playboy mansion will never be erased. Hugh hefner is a really interesting person. How can you managed to let three girls live in a house all together without fighting? Is he still married to that girl who was a former playmate? Haven't heard of them for a while. How much is the selling price? Celebrity houses usually sell more than their worth because of the name associated with it.
     

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