In February 2010, this Bethesda, Maryland, single-family home was infamous. At the time, The Washington Post reported that a “sex club” was operating in the home, despite zoning restricting any parties where one has to pay to get in. Now, it’s on the market for any homebuyers interested in listings with scandalous histories—or any homebuyers who happen to need five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms across roughly 5,500 square feet of space.
The residence last sold for $975,000 in May 2009. It later relisted for $1,339,500 in April 2017 and recently dropped its price to $1,299,500.
Inside, there are gleaming hardwood floors, multiple fireplaces, and a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and an island. There is also a wine fridge and an in-law suite on the main level. An extra space is available for a den or office. In the backyard, there is a stone patio.
The listing agent is Mynor Herrera of Keller Williams Capital Properties.
• 6304 Tone Drive [Keller Williams Capital Properties]
• Montgomery County sex-party host must role-play by the zoning rules [The Washington Post]