The mansion of the founder of Playboy sold for $100 million

House party Playboy sold for $100 million, it was purchased by a top Manager of Metropoulos & Co. Daren Metropoulos living in the neighborhood, writes The Wall Street Journal, citing the press Secretary of Metropulos.

This is the highest price ever paid for a mansion in Los Angeles. In the house, according to the conditions of sale will remain live for 90-year-old founder of Playboy magazine Hugh Hefner. According to WSJ sources familiar with the terms of the transaction, Playboy will pay to Metropoulos $1 million a year on maintenance of the house.

According to interlocutors of the edition, sale price includes many statues in the mansion, and the contents of the playroom, in particular slot machines. In the amount of $100 million does not include the cost of most of the furniture in the house.

The mansion was put up for sale in January, and in June it became known that it will buy Metropulos. In the house, an area of 1,858 sq. m, 29 rooms, including 12 bedrooms. In addition to the game room features a zoo with exotic birds and monkeys, and the Playboy mansion is one of the few private homes in Los Angeles, licensed. The house was built in 1920, and in 1971 it was bought by Playboy. Metropoulos bought your present house, previously owned by Hefner in 2009 for $18 million It plans to merge two of the mansion after only acquired them the home free.