House where notorious madam Cynthia Payne ran Britain's most notorious brothel ...

House where notorious madam Cynthia Payne ran Britain's most notorious brothel ...
House where notorious madam Cynthia Payne ran Britain's most notorious brothel ...
Notorious madam Cynthia Payne's brothel, which was a den of iniquity for Britain's high society in the 1970s, is turned into £400,000 luxury flats The building first came to prominence in 1978 when a police raid discovered Cynthia Payne had provided 'personal services' to a number of wealthy clients Over 12 days police covertly monitored the house in Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, south London, and saw 249 men and 50 women enter and leave When they raided it those taking part in sexual activity inside were said to have included a peer of the realm, vicars, barristers, and politicians Madam Cyn, as she was known, was convicted of running a disorderly house at her trial in 1980 and ended up serving four months in Holloway prison Now her old home has divided into a number of flats costing £399,000 each and are being marketed with estate agents  Marsh and Parsons

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A suburban house once owned by notorious madam Cynthia Payne where she ran Britain's most notorious brothel has been turned into luxury flats on sale for £399,000 each.

The large property in Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, south London has been divided into a number of flats with agents Marsh and Parsons citing the high standard of their 'period conversion', their proximity to Tooting Bec Gardens - but failing to mention their long association with the notorious sex den.

Cynthia Payne (above) was known as 'Madam Cyn' and was convicted of running a disorderly house at her trial in 1980 and ended up serving four months in Holloway prison

Cynthia Payne (above) was known as 'Madam Cyn' and was convicted of running a disorderly house at her trial in 1980 and ended up serving four months in Holloway prison

Her home in Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, south London, was watched by police in a covert operation over 12 days who saw 249 men and 50 women enter and leave during that time

Her home in Ambleside Avenue, Streatham, south London, was watched by police in a covert operation over 12 days who saw 249 men and 50 women enter and leave during that time

Now the property that was synonymous with sex and prostitution in the 1970s has been turned into luxury flats

Now the property that was synonymous with sex and prostitution in

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