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
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