$10M ‘house of sin’ in Hollywood has its own casino & night club

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An 8-story Hollywood Hills home with eclectic interiors and a party-ready setup is looking for its newest fun-loving owners.

With a unique set of amenities — that include a two-story nightclub, a games room with casino tables, and a grotto with a jacuzzi — the house looks like it jumped right out of an MTV Cribs episode.

Known as the “House of Sin,” the Los Angeles party palace was previously owned by photographer Richard Franklin, who photographed celebrities and more than 600 models in his home.

In fact, Franklin’s style, characterized by bright, vivid colors, and a love of the universe is woven into the design of the property.

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Los Angeles’ ‘House of Sin’ is now up for grabs, asking $10,200,000

The eight-story home on Sunset Plaza Drive, near the infamous Bird Streets, has recently hit the market. Josh Morrow and Brooke A. Elliott of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass hold the listing.

Image Credit: Juwan Li courtesy of Compass.

Designed to accommodate an over-the-top party lifestyle

Designed to accommodate an over-the-top party lifestyle, the home has become a celebrity in its own right, landing gigs in several reality TV shows.

Image Credit: Juwan Li courtesy of Compass.

But it’s also attracted quite a few bona fide celebrities

Back in the day, the house has been rented long- and short-term to a string of entertainment figures including actor Fabio, hip-hop label Def Jam cofounder Russell Simmons and rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs, the Los Angeles Times reports.

With 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and a total of 7,500 square feet of living space, the so-called ‘house of sin’ has plenty to offer.

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A zen-like living and dining room

The Sunset Plaza home has high vaulted ceilings with skylights and glass doors that open to panoramic views from the hills to the city and beyond.

The home boasts a large chef’s kitchen with build-in skylights and a zen-like living and dining room.

Image Credit: Juwan Li courtesy of Compass.

An entertainer’s paradise

An entertainer’s paradise fit for the biggest rock or hip hop stars, the property has several levels dedicated to entertaining spaces.

These include a two-story nightclub, media room, a games room with casino tables, enclave with spa and waterfalls, a rooftop deck, and more.

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Nightclub

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Entertainment area

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Gym

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Sparkling pool

The fun continues outside, where there’s a sparkling pool and deck with city views.

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It features a jacuzzi and waterfall

In a nod to Hugh Hefner’s Playboy mansion, the House of Sin features its own grotto with a jacuzzi and waterfall.

Image Credit: Juwan Li courtesy of Compass.

A great location

Beyond its party-ready amenities, the property also offers a great location.

The home is located on Sunset Plaza Drive in the Hollywood Hills, moments away from the world famous Sunset Strip, and the best shopping, nightlife and entertainment the city of Los Angeles has to offer.

This article originally appeared on Fancypantshomes.com and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

Image Credit: Juwan Li courtesy of Compass.

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