Beverly Hills House Where Mummified Playmate Was Found Is For Sale

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The real estate company describes the house where Playboy's Miss July 1959 died as a "major fixer upper."

The Beverly Hills house where Playboy Playmate Yvette Vickers was found mummified in April is up for sale.

According to Curbed LA, the one bedroom house at 10021 Westwanda Dr. in Benedict Canyon is listed for $499,000 and is described as a "major fixer upper."

Vickers, who was Playboy's Miss July 1959 and had a series of roles in B-movies such as Attack of the 50-Foot Woman, was found in a mummified state by a neighbor on April 27. The body apparently had been undisturbed for months.

The house was in major disrepair, with rooms stuffed with boxes containing clothes, junk mail and letters, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.

Vickers had lived in the house for decades and had used it some of her photo shoots.