Nuisance neighbors can make even a dream home hell – so spare a thought for these Colorado residents who have found themselves living next to a sex party palace.
Homeowners in the upscale Castle Rock neighborhood of Denver say one house, owned by a married father, is being used to host debauched, alcohol-fueled events.
Online adverts show the house is known as the ‘Thunderstorm Play Palace’ and offers entry to couples and single men with a $70 donation, dropping to $20 for women.
Residents of an upmarket Denver street say this house is being used to host wild sex parties where dozens of guests are provided with alcohol
The home is known as the ‘Thunderstorm Play Palace’ and is advertised on invitations as having 7,500sq ft of space for guests to romp around in (pictured, the ‘main play room’)
One advert seen by Fox 31 Denver showed 400 people had been invited with 87 people, including 35 couples, having accepted.
Sex party attendees are offered food – including a vegetarian menu – alcohol and a chocolate fountain.
However, guests are asked to bring their own condoms and show respect for the ‘new furniture’.
The house itself is advertised as a 7,500ft space complete with two ‘private playrooms’, one ‘open playroom’, four areas for mingling and six bathrooms.
One neighbor, who asked not to be named, said some guests turn up with crockpots of food while others were so old they struggled to get up the steps.
Attendees are charged $70 for couples and single men and $20 for women, but for that money are given alcohol and food, including pulled pork tacos and queso
One neighbor, who declined to give her identity, said neighbors can easily hear what is going on inside the house and is concerned about children finding out
She said residents are concerned about the parties, and especially the effect it might have on children in the neighborhood.
However, the home owner – a married father who was not named by Fox – said he has taken care to ensure no area is visible from the outside during the parties.
He said care had been taken to install soundproofing, especially in the basement. Neighbors say it is still possible to hear the goings-on inside.
Police are aware of the parties, but said that since the events are taking place on private property and admission is restricted, the owner is not breaking any laws.
The man says he has also been victimized over the parties, suffering ‘severe harassment’ and saying one guest’s car was vandalized.