The Playboy Mansion's new owner won't have that far of a move.
Next-door neighbor Daren Metropoulos is buying Hugh Hefner's digs. Unnamed insider sources told Variety the house going for $120 million.
That'd be about $80 million less than it was listed for, but a final offer like that would reportedly take a record for highest-priced residential sale in Los Angeles.
The Playboy Mansion boasts 29 rooms , a tennis court, a zoo license and, of course, the infamous grotto.
Metropoulos is a high-ranking member of the private equity firm Metropoulos & Co., whose famous deals have involved Hostess Brands and Pabst Brewing Co.
Metropoulos told The Wall Street Journal , "The heritage of this property transcends its celebrity, and to have the opportunity to serve as its steward would be a true privilege."
"Steward" might be a good word, seeing as the deal stipulates Hefner still gets to live in the mansion until his death. A representative for Metropoulos told The Wall Street Journal when Hefner does pass, Metropoulos plans on combining his neighboring properties into a 7.3-acre compound.