They’re asking $200-million for the 29-room mansion, which sits on six acres of prime Southern California real estate.
Industry insiders say the $200-million price tag is laughable. A comparable lot recently sold in the area for $60-million, but because of its history, the Mansion could go for anywhere between $80- and $90-million.
And, of course, there’s a catch.
Whoever buys the place will be required to give Hugh Hefner a life estate — which means he can continue to live in the mansion until he dies.
And, there’s another complication… Interested buyers can tour the property, but Hef’s bedroom is off limits. No word on black lights either.
Hef Reality: “I’m really a broken down, limp, pathetic old man who has to pay women to pretend to like me.”