Playboy founder Hugh Hefner is unloading the Holmby Hills mansion adjacent to the Playboy Mansion for $27,995,000. The mansion has been home to his estranged wife Kimberly and their two teenage sons since the late 1990s.
The two-story, 7,300-square-foot (700 square meters) English manor-style personal residence was built in 1929 and purchased by Hefner in 1998.
It has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a library and commons for staff. Some of the walls are hand-painted, and there is a hand-carved staircase.
The home sits on 2.3 acres (one hectare), borders the Los Angeles Country Club and has a pool.
The two homes share a fence and the boys, heading off to college, could easily walk between their parents' respective houses.
The Hefners married in 1989 and despite appearances otherwise, never divorced.
More pictures of the home here
Here is a Google map from above the two homes. The Playboy Mansion's backyard appears to have been tented at the time it was taken: