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General atmosphere at Playboy's 2016 Playmate of the Year Announcement held at the Playboy Mansion on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 in Los Angeles. (Photo by John Salangsang/Invision/AP)

The Playboy Mansion in LA just sold for $100 million -- with Hugh Hefner in it


One of the hottest babes in the real estate world is officially off the market.

The Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles just sold for $100 million. That's $100 million fewer than it was listed for, and it comes with one exclusive amenity -- Hugh Hefner himself, reports MarketWatch.

The mansion was sold to Daren Metropoulos, aka Hefner's next-door neighbor.

Hefner will still get to live in the house until he dies. Playboy will pay $1 million annually for expenses, including rent, for as long as he lives there, reports the New York Daily News.

Metropoulos, 33, is a co-owner of Hostess Brands and a principal at Metropoulos & Co., a private equity firm. A spokesperson for Metropoulos says Hefner's next-door neighbor looks forward to "eventually rejoining the two estates and enjoying this beautiful property as" his private residence for "years to come."

The almost-100-year-old 5-acre property has 29 rooms, a heated swimming pool,  tennis court, a grotto, and a zoo license because why not?

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