We came, we saw, we filmed! A magnificent house where the movie Deep Throat was filmed has gone on the market for $1.75 million. The unusual house is in the shape of a bull. The even more unusual owner was Count Sepy, a mysterious hungarian with an adventurous past and a lust for life. Sadly, he died a couple of years back, but not before we got to spend a wonderful afternoon with him filming Inside Deep Throat. He had a Viking boat in his loft (sounds rude) that one of us made the mistake of calling a canoe. He let us know in no uncertain terms that this was the scene of many a conquest including, he coyly suggested, a deep throat experience administered by Linda Lovelace herself. The house was packed with primitive erotic art to arouse the senses and – as if to suggest we doubted that this kind of dusty old honey trap still worked – two beautiful blondes showed up in a convertible read to go skinny-dipping. “I am always magnificent,” the Count liked to say. So true. View the listing here.
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