$10M ‘House of Sin’ party pad in Hollywood Hills has its own nightclub, casino

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 party palace was once owned by photographer Richard Franklin, who shot 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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Designed to accommodate an over-the-top party lifestyle, the home has become a celebrity in its own right.

But it’s also attracted quite a few bona fide celebrities over the years. 

Back in the day, the house was rented to a string of public figures like actor Fabio, Def Jam cofounder Russell Simmons and rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs.

Photo: Shamsuddin Muhammad from Fort Hood, TX, USA, CC BY 2.0 via Wiki Commons

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.

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

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, a rooftop deck, and more.

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

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 famous Sunset Strip.

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Credit for photos: Juwan Li courtesy of Compass