An ad for a house in a sleepy suburb became viral when a sex dungeon was found in the basement.
The "Lustgarten" in the style of the 50 shades of gray is part of a house, which was brought in the US for 750,000 US dollars (about 600,000 GBP) on the market.
The current owner lived with his family for years in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania, until his wife died and he moved to Philadelphia.
The dungeon includes a sex swing, whips on the wall, and chains attached to the bed.
Real estate agent Melissa Leonard, who sells the house, told Fox29: "I thought, OK, he has this little amusement park down here."
The new owner will take possession of all the equipment in the dungeon after purchasing the five-bedroom house.
Ms. Leonard said, "It (the sex room) can be transformed into a typical cellar for families, playrooms, whatever they want."
Since then, he has leased it to Airbnb, where he has shipped $ 500 a night for the house without the "oasis," $ 700 a night on weekdays, including the "oasis," and $ 2,000 a night on weekends.
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Neighbor Barry Katz, neighbor at the door, said, "I went through the door and I looked and said I'm not happy about it.
"You do not know what kind of people like this thing."