A five-bedroom property, located on a quiet cul-de-sac, is surprisingly equipped with booze-filled fridges, black booths, a pool table, neon signs, a large bar area and stripper pole
An “innocent” seeming house with a secret nightclub and strip club hidden in the basement has gone on the market for £590,000.
The property, which boasts five bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, is located in a quiet cul-de-sac in Indianapolis, US, and appears to be a regular family home from the outside.
It features a large swimming pool and decent-size decking space, perfect for entertaining.
Nothing seems suspicious when you enter the 5,000 square foot pad either. It is elegantly decorated with wooden accents throughout and has a grand dining table perfect for a family, which lies under an impressive chandelier.
However, potential buyers may be in for a bit of a shock if they head down to the basement – which has been converted into a nightclub complete with booze-filled fridges, black booths, a pool table, neon signs, a large bar area and space to dance.
There’s also a makeshift strip club with a stage, dancing pole, disco ball and large viewing sofa.
Viewers were stunned by the secret nightclub after pictures of the house were shared online.
“I live just across the border in Illinois. That may really be the hottest club in Indiana,” one person said.
Another added: “Business in the front, party in the back.”
Someone else commented: “Ultimate house for introverts, you can go out and stay in at the same time!”
If partying isn’t for you, you might be interested in the striking two-bedroom house that went on the market for a much more affordable £186,000.
The catch? The “gothic” octagon-shaped house is painted entirely black – both on the inside and outside.
Owner Seth Goodman decided he liked the dark colours and redecorated the outside of his home after buying it last year, but hasn’t had any offers despite the low price.
“I was interested and thought at first I was just going to flip the house, but after my home sold, I needed a place to live,” Goodman told the Lincoln Courier.
“I wanted to make it more modern and after seeing the black roof, I thought why not go with black siding. From there we used black gutters, painted the deck black and changed the landscaping rocks to black.”