Finally the wait is over ! The Playboy Mansion has another proprietor so we all can finally breathe a moment of alleviation. Thank Goodness. Likewise, the new proprietor isn’t just great. I mean he is so perfect!
The New York Times reports that the single, childless 32-year-old co-proprietor of Hostess Brands has paid $100 million for the Playboy Mansion. His name is J. Daren Metropoulos, and it shows up that he’s the perfect individual to buy the Playboy mansion. He is the son of an extremely rich person investor who at present own Hostess. He was already living the next door to Hugh Hefner’s royal residence before hacking up a cool $100 million for this Playboy Mansion. Alright? Great.
The heir to the Twinkies fortune and the enterprises now claims he has this sexiest mansion in Beverly Hills. “We can confirm that the Playboy Mansion is in escrow with Daren Metropoulos as the buyer,” a Playboy Enterprises spokesman told the Guardian. “Due to confidentiality restrictions, we are not able to comment on any specifics, including what contingencies need to be cleared to close the sale.
Presently, here’s the point where it gets intriguing.
The 33-year-old owner makes plan to consolidate the two Tudor Revival-style states to make one goliath compound, as indicated by his representative. The subsequent 7.3-section of land habitation would copy the first vision laid out by architect Arthur Roland Kelly in 1929.
The house was bought by draftsman Arthur Rolland Kelly in 1927 and purchased by Playboy Enterprises in 1971 for somewhat over $1 million. The mansion includes 12 bedrooms, a wine cellar, home theater, separate game house, gym, tennis court, a swimming pool, a grotto, a pet cemetery and an official zoo license. The 5- acre 1927 mansion is described as the “crown jewel of L.A.’s ‘Platinum Triangle,”
“The Playboy Mansion is one of the most iconic properties in the world and the crown jewel of Holmby Hills and the platinum triangle,” Metropoulos said in a statement. “For the last 45 years, Mr. Hefner has imbued the estate with a rich and storied legacy. The property’s heritage is not only that of a famous address; it is a true masterpiece in design, constructed by a noted architect for a family who played an important role in the development of Los Angeles in the early 20th Century.”
However, Hugh Hefner, The home’s previous owner, made an agreement with Metrpoulos that he will be allowed to remain in the Playboy Mansion for the rest of his life. Although, to lease the property, Playboy Enterprises will pay $1 million/per annum to Metropoulos