$750K Maple Glen listing comes with fully furnished sex basement

Rachel Kurland
February 08, 2019 - 3:58 pm
Priced at $750,000, this private, quiet Maple Glen home includes a fully furnished sex dungeon.

Bright MLS via realtor.com

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Priced at $750,000, this private, quiet Maple Glen home has it all: five bedrooms, four bathrooms, three fireplaces, two attached garage spaces, and one BDSM basement.

I know what you're thinking — what could a person possibly do with three fireplaces?

The listing for 1612 Norristown Road is what would happen if HGTV meshed with "Fifty Shades of Grey." It comes with a fully furnished sex dungeon — an accent that really highlights those hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. 

Priced at $750,000, this private, quiet Maple Glen home includes a fully furnished sex dungeon.
Bright MLS via realtor.com

After some viral attention, however, the listing removed photos of its "private sexual oasis" from online sites, including Airbnb, where the house is available for more or less $500 a night. But its rules changed, too, after the internet freaked over the dungeon: "Guests will only have access to the first two floors and will not be able to access the underground private wing as it’s not part of this listing."

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One person left a review for his Airbnb stay, which he actually didn't even follow through with. 

"We booked (the) house to attend a funeral... and our plans changed and (we were) refunded an appropriate amount of money."

Oops.

But as far as sex dungeons go, this 4,000-plus-square-foot secluded mansion has a bright, open-air space — stocked with whips, chains, a four-post chained bed, a sex swing and whatever else Christian Grey can imagine.

Aside from your comfort level around BDSM, the rest of the house is a beautiful space. I mean, look at that recessed lighting. And you can always transform the basement into something a little more suburban.

Think "HGTV" rather than "BDSM."