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Real estate listings rarely contain that many surprises.
Maybe one of the bathrooms has a bonus like a sauna or whirlpool tub, or there's a cool treehouse in the backyard. Few, if any, come with the sort of shocking reveal as the one contained in an online listing for a sprawling home in suburban Philadelphia. However a brief scroll through the slideshow of now-removed interior photos reveals exactly what makes it "one of a kind" as its description suggests.
Okay, let's just cut to the chase, it has a sex dungeon. Dubbed "50 shades of Maple Glen" in its original Redfin posting, which went viral and was viewed more thantimes in the first 24 hours it was up, the five-bedroom, 2.
As for what's in therethe photos of it which have since been taken down showcase quite a bit of BDSM furniture, at least one sling, whips and bondage gear, and various accoutrements you might expect to find in such a place. Oh, and in case you're wondering, yes, the home is being sold furnished. Though, if "sex dungeon" isn't one of your must-haves, it's cool, as the listing makes clear "it can be converted back to a typical suburban basement.
Following all the viral attention, the listing description was amended and the photos of the sex den were removed at least on Redfinthough it's unclear exactly why. However, Slate got in touch with the realtor selling the home, Melissa Leonard, and she says the main listing site pulled the Sex house in pa down and thus they were pulled from the Redfin site, too. Fortunately, you can still view them all on her personal site, though.
At least one neighbor isn't too pumped about all the attention the house has been getting. During Slate's conversation with Leonard, she was confronted by a man who lives nearby who said he was very upset about it and that she should "take that off the internet.
That's disgusting. We don't want that. Then again, why would they?
Thrillist was able to track down someone who actually grew up in the house, and reached out for comment. Katie, as she has chosen to identify herself, clarifies that whoever installed the adult playroom did so after her family sold it in It's actually somewhat ironic because my parents deed the house for us.
They built an adorable little playhouse in the basement under the stairs that I loved to play 'house' in. In light of all the attention her old house is getting, Katie insists the neighborhood is a great one, and that it's close-knit and perfect for. So, keep that going and you could potentially offset mortgage payments for quite some time. Something tells us if they dare host an open house here, it's going to be very, very popular. Joe McGauley is a senior writer for Thrillist.
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This Real Estate Listing Is Normal Until You Get To The Sex Dungeon