Los Angeles, USA — The Playboy Mansion is about to get a brand-new owner.
E! News can confirm the Los Angeles landmark has found a buyer just a few months after it was put on the market for a whopping $200 million.
“We can confirm that the Playboy Mansion is in escrow with Daren Metropoulos as the buyer,” Playboy said in a statement to E! News. “Due to confidentiality restrictions, we are not able to comment on any specifics, including what contingencies need to be cleared to close the sale.”
While an official price tag hasn’t been confirmed, multiple outlets confirm the final offer came in at more than $100 million. So, what does one get for such a hefty price tag?
For starters, the new owner can call the property spanning five rolling acres in the Holmby Hills his own. At the same time, Hugh Hefner himself will remain in the mansion until he passes away.
‘Current wives, past wives, past girlfriends’: Hugh Hefner’s wife Crystal gives video tour of lavish $200M Playboy mansion, including the pictures of his many exes he keeps next to their wedding photo
While Kendra Wilkinson and Holly Madison have had some not-so-flattering things to say lately about life back at the Playboy Mansion, Hugh Hefner’s current main squeeze seems to still be happy living the ‘good life’ in the lap of luxury — for the most part.
Crystal Harris Hefner, who married Hef on New Year’s Eve in 2012, took cameras long for a recent tour of the fancy digs, offering a look inside ‘secret’ rooms in the house and some of her husband’s very Hef-centric decor.
‘Welcome to this amazing place that I call home. I cannot wait to show you around,’ the 30-year-old says as she opens the door in a clip for Mode.com