WHEN in the market for a new property, a place to set down roots, you might look through dozens of online real estate listings.

At some point these listings will all start to blur and look pretty similar.

Or at least they will if there's nothing remarkable about the property - say, like it having sex toys in the bedroom.

This is the surprising feature that belongs to a flat for rent in Cumberland Court, Brighton.

When initially looking at the listing on Zoopla, the seafront pad appears to be the perfect place to live, it's got two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a reception room.

However on closer inspection, all is not what it seems.

The photos attached to the listing show the bedrooms are sex rooms, complete with mannequins and various whips and chains.

The unique home, which is being likened to something out of Fifty Shades of Grey, is on the market for a whopping £7,500 a month.

Real estate agent Maple Estate and Lettings wrote in a listing: “A perfect place for adult recreational activities, perfect for an intimate liaisons, select social encounters and if so inclined a perfect setting for some glamorous photo sessions.

“Two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 room equipped with a super king size luxurious round leather bed, the 2nd more intimate room fitted with the acclaimed Luvsense (Luvu Ceiling Mirror).”

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"The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.”

  • Shortly after The Argus approached letting agent Maple for comment, the listing and pictures were removed