With a price tag of $200 million, not just anyone can purchase the estate

The Playboy Mansion has remained an iconic staple for all men looking to one day fall face first into a grotto full of women. The house, a Playboy asset since 1971, was placed on the market in the last month for a price tag of $200 million. In 2011, the estate was valued at $54 million, and somehow that price tag has more than tripled, including the caveat of housing an 83-year-old man that might or might not be continent. Nonetheless, buyers seem to be unfazed by the old-man clause and have begun submitting proposals to purchase the 29 bedroom house. 

One potential buyer, Bunny Up, whose motto is “Bunny Up… Or Die Trying," put forth a serious offer for the estate, regardless of the old man crashing on the couch until he kicks the bucket. The company out of Orlando, FL, publicly announced that it would purchase the mansion, wait until Mr. Hefner passes away, then remodel the house to re-open it as a museum. As to what type of museum it would be hasn't yet been divulged, but we're guessing it won't be an aeronautics museum.