To the naked (!) eye, Playboy's infamous Holmby Hills estate looks like any other Beverly Hills mansion. Turns out, though, once you strip (!!) off the facade, you'll expose (!!!!!!!!!!!!) plenty of booze, babes, and, well, these 12 uncensored things:
1. The mansion was purchased from a chess master
Hef and the Playboy family didn't own the mansion until 1971, when they purchased it from Louis D. Statham. The house, built in 1927, was as unique as its owner -- a famous chess player, engineer, and inventor, who also created measuring devices for NASA spaceships. At the time, it commanded the highest price paid for a property of its kind in Los Angeles, selling for $1.1 million.