If so, you could be the proud new owner of the famous Playboy Mansion. You'd get lush green gardens, a huge house, a wine cellar, that famous swimming pool, tons of history and, um, your very own Hugh Hefner…
The company behind the iconic men's magazine has announced that the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles is up for sale at £200 million but a condition of sale is that Hugh be allowed to stay put at the property.
A statement released by Playboy Enterprises said: "The Playboy Mansion has been a creative centre for Hef as his residence and workplace for the past 40 years, as it will continue to be if the property is sold."
Hugh, 89, bought the beautiful property in Holmby Hills, which was built in 1929, back in 1971 for $1.1 million. It's become famous as a backdrop for lavish parties and naughty business in its infamous swimming pool grotto.
There are 22 rooms in the Gothic-style mansion including a game room and Hef's famous cinema room where he screens movies for large audiences. It also has a zoo license. Outdoors there are pools, basketball courts, a waterfall, barbecue area and more.
As well as being famous for Hef's parties, the mansion has been used for television and movie filming and various photoshoots over the years, as well as charity fundraisers.
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