The Playboy mansion is up for sale, if you're OK with an 89-year-old roommate.

The Playboy mansion is up for sale, if you're OK with an 89-year-old roommate.
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For just 200 million dollars, you can be the proud (?) owner of The Playboy Mansion. There's just one catch—a really old horn-dog roommate who never gets out of his pajamas. ABC News reports that the famous party pad was put on the market today, with the condition that 89-year-old perv Hugh Hefner gets to stay in his bedroom until his (likely Viagra-related) death. 

Besides bragging rights, the 200,000 square foot mansion comes with 29 rooms (28 if you subtract the old man's haunted boudoir), a home theater, a zoo, a pool, and of course, the infamous grotto and its plethora of communicable diseases.

Some sources report, however, that the mansion is not in tip-top shape. TMZ doesn't get specific, but says Hugh's pad is not worth the HEF-ty (get it?) asking price, and is apparently in "tear-down condition." That little detail probably won't concern the rich douche who buys this place. He'll have bigger problems, like getting Hef to do his part of the chores.  

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