House with secret strip club in basement: ‘hottest club in Indiana’

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Blink and you’ll miss this home’s most exotic feature.

A seemingly innocent house in Indiana is making waves after a secret strip club and nightclub were discovered in the basement.

In the listing, the owner casually lists the home’s more standard features, such as a pool table, granite tops and floor and LED lighting. But nestled within the otherwise vanilla home’s attributes? An eyebrow-raising “attached dance room.”

Located in Indianapolis, the five bedroom, four bathrooms custom abode is on sale for $799,900.

It first hit the market last May after the owners initially purchased the home in 2016 for $405,000.

On the surface, the home appears traditional — if not a tad outdated even.

The home is made up of five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The home is made up of five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
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The family room.
The family room.
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The kitchen.
The kitchen.
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The formal dining room.
The formal dining room.
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The sun room.
The sun room.
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The second floor hallway with a den.
The second floor hallway with a den.
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One of five bedrooms.
One of five bedrooms.
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Another bedroom.
Another bedroom.
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The patio.
The patio.
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The pool deck with a barbecue.
The pool deck with a barbecue.
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The pool.
The pool.
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The property boasts lake views.
The property boasts lake views.
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The owners even admit in the listing some areas of the house could use some renovating.

“Master bath could use updating in our opinion,” the owner states, adding that they are “willing to offer 10K at time of closing for remodeling work.”

Features include a kitchen with granite countertops and under-cabinet lighting, which leads to the a breakfast room with skylights. A large screened porch features a cathedral ceiling.

Separately are what is described as the “mother-in-law quarters with kitchenette & private entrance.”

But the downstairs conversion is what has the internet talking. The account ZillowGoneWild has described the abode as the “hottest club in Indiana” thanks to the unique downstairs party room, which comes complete with a neon sign reading “live nudes.”

The stairs leading to the "night club."
The stairs leading to the “night club.”
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A black curtain under a lighted sign that reads "Live Nudes" leads to a lounge area.
A black curtain under a lighted sign that reads “Live Nudes” leads to a lounge area.
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The lounge area comes with a mirrored-wall and a disco ball.
The lounge area comes with a mirrored-wall, stage and a disco ball.
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Another view of the lounge area with stripper poles.
Another view of the lounge area with stripper poles.
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The bar also comes with a pool table.
The entry way to the night club.
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A wide shot of the bar with a dart board.
A wide shot of the bar with a dart board.
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The bar.
The bar.
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Booth seating.
Booth seating.
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The bar also comes with a pool table.
The bar also comes with a pool table.
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The basement was remodeled and comes with fully-stocked fridges of booze, a pool table, and neon signs throughout.

One area of the makeshift bar has been transformed into a full-on strip club – complete with a stage, a mirrored-wall, stripper poles, disco ball and a large viewing couch.

Commenters to the Zillow Gone Wild post were quick to chime in on the sexy listing.

“I live just across the border in Illinois. That may really be the hottest club in Indiana.”

“Business in the front, party in the back,” another user quipped.

“Ultimate house for introverts,” another commented. “You can go out and stay in at the same time!”



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