According to TMZ, the 6,690-square-foot ranch style home has "temporarily housed" generations of Playboy models, and it's situated directly across the street from Hugh Hefner's infamous party house, the Playboy Mansion.
LAist has photos of the 1950s ranch-style home, which includes five bedrooms, six-and-half bathrooms, a pinball machine, waterfall, grotto and bathhouse.
It's not clear whether the property is owned by Hefner, according to The Real Estalker, or a private investment group that owns Playboy Enterprises. It was last purchased by "a corporate entity" for $4.5 million in 2001.
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