The Playboy Mansion has officially sold for $100 million. The infamous party pad was sold to Daren Metropoulos, a co-owner of Twinkies maker Hostess and next door neighbor to 90-year-old Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner. That’s right, he bought the home right next door.

The purchase price was actually half of what Hefner was originally asking. The Gothic-Tudor Revival-style mansion was put on the market for $200 million at the beginning of this year. Hefner bought the mansion in 1971 for $1.05 million. He will continue to live in the mansion for the rest of his life, per the terms of the life estate deal.

According to CNN, despite the stately mansion being sold for half of its original asking price, “it’s still enough to make it the most expensive home ever sold in Los Angeles.” The deal was first announced in June. The mansion has 29 rooms, a tennis court, a wine cellar, home theater, seven bedrooms, a swimming pool with a cave-like grotto and even a (sort of) zoo. The mansion has appeared in many television shows and movies, including “The House Bunny” and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”

Metropoulos says his intentions are to combine his property next door and the Playboy Mansion into a 7.3-acre compound, according to Curbed. He hopes to restore it to its original grandeur that architect Arthur R. Kelly and its first owner envisioned in the 1920s.

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