The Playboy Mansion Was Up for Sale And Hugh Hefner Was Included With It

Step inside of The Playboy Mansion, home to Playboy’s founder Hugh Hefner and his legendary parties, that was actually up for sale.

As the World is saying goodbye to Hugh Hefner, iconic founder of Playboy, who has died yesterday at the Playboy Mansion, sourrounded by family, we invite you to step inside his legendary home.

The 6-acre Playboy Mansion, located in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, was built in 1927 and Hefner purchased it in 1971. The lucky buyer, that will purchase this Estate, will acquire a place that has seen some of the world’s most famous butts, as well as its infamous grotto, which was once was suspected of causing a bunch of people to contract Legionnaires disease. It was also said that the new owner, the Estate went up for sale last year, will also inherit one of the mansion’s hedonistic ghosts: Hefner himself. According to TMZ, whomever would purchase the mansion will be required to give Hef a life estate, which means he will be allowed to live there until he dies and becomes an actual apparition. Now this won’t be the case anymore.

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