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A home listing in Pennsylvania is sparking a bidding war with interested parties after showing off a basement that they are calling the ‘Boom Boom Room’. It’s a full bar that looks like a sexy speakeasy with leather, chandeliers, and mirrors all over.

 

House with sexy basement 'boom boom room' starts bidding war

It's no bargain basement. But it's certainly a seductive one. A plain-looking suburban Pennsylvania house with a sexy lower-level lair its late owners dubbed the "Boom Boom Room" sparked a bidding war among interested buyers. The three-bedroom split-level in Broomall, a Delaware County enclave about 25 miles west of Philadelphia, lured lots of lookie-loos after it hit the market in September for $325,000.