Updated: Wed, 10 Apr 2013 15:00:00 GMT | By Bang

Hugh Hefner's Playboy Bunny Hutch up for sale

Hugh Hefner's Playboy Bunny Hutch, located near his iconic Playboy Mansion and has housed many models, is available to buy for $11 million.


Hugh Hefner's Playboy Bunny Hutch, located near his iconic Playboy Mansion and has housed many models, is available to buy for $11 million.

Hugh Hefner's Playboy Bunny Hutch, located near his iconic Playboy Mansion and has housed many models, is available to buy for $11 million.

Hugh Hefner's Playboy Bunny Hutch is up for sale for $11 million.

The 6,690 square foot property is located down the road from the iconic Playboy Mansion in Hollywood's Holmby Hills and was previously used as a temporary home for some of Playboy's models, including Jayde Nicole and former reality star Jaime Edmondson.

According to website Real Estalker, the Bunny Hutch is now open to bidders.

The luxury property resembles a classic 1950's ranch and is made up of five bedrooms, six full and one half bathroom and several lounging areas.

Other selling points of the home - which sits on 1.3 acres of land - include a wine cellar, a grotto, an aviary and a large separate games house, home to vintage and modern arcade games.

Outside the building can be found a lagoon-style swimming pool, a wishing-well, a foundation and a parking lot for guests.

It is unclear whether Hugh - who is married to Crystal Harris, 26 - still owns the house after it was purchased by a different company in 2001.

Hugh - who celebrated his 87th birthday yesterday (09.04.13) - purchased the first ever Playboy Mansion in Chicago in 1959 before permanently moving to Los Angeles. His former home in Chicago was split into seven different properties, two of which sold for $2.3 million and $5.2 million last year.

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