Paris Hilton's L.A. Party Palace Is for Sale (and It Comes with a Stripper Pole)

The seller is also throwing in her old furniture and a giant portrait of the heiress.

Paris Hilton hasn't lived at her former Hollywood Hills home on North Kings Road in years, but the buyer who snatched up her old four-bedroom, 6,313 square-foot Spanish-style spot bought a lot of her furniture and effects (including her stripper pole and a giant selfie), and has been renting it out for $20,000 per month to people who want a taste of the decadent partying lifestyle that she had when she lived there.

Perched just above the Sunset Strip, it's also stumbling distance to a host of popular bars and music venues, plus a collection of opulent hotels (Chateau Marmont!) and restaurants that really know how to turn it up. Want to party like Paris Hilton in the aughts? It'll cost you. 

Master Bedroom

Does it have enough mirrors for your taste? 

Living Room

Note Paris' ginormous picture above the bar. And the black chandelier — cool touch! 

Backyard

Languid nights in the spa seem like they wouldn't suck, plus you can roast marshmallows in the sunken fire pit.

Bungalows

Faye Resnick designed the home for Hilton, who wanted it to resemble the hotels she loved visiting.

The Stripper Pole

Only Hilton could make a stripper pole look like just another design element.

If you've got $4.8 million, Hilton's party pad can be yours! Just hit up The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband Mauricio Umansky, who is the listing broker.

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