The home of every 13-year-old boy’s dreams is for sale.
That’s right, you can buy the Playboy Mansion – for over a quarter of a billion dollars.
Playboy CEO Scott Flanders says money from the sale of the mansion will be reinvested into the business, which now hinges on the hope that people will actually read the magazine for its articles after recently publishing its last nude copy.
The $280 million West Los Angeles estate hit the market today and comes with 22,000 square feet of space, 29 rooms, a game house, pool, and the famed grotto, which has a more storied sexual history than all spring break hotels in Cancun combined.
Perhaps most incredible, however, is that Hugh Hefner will remain a resident of the mansion after its sale. Hefner has been living in the mansion for 45 years, when he bought it for just $1 million.
At 89 years old, it’s likely he’ll serve merely as decor. But decor with stories you’ll definitely want to hear.