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The house where the legendary 1972 porn “Deep Throat” was filmed is now on the market in Miami, Fla., the real estate blog Zwillow reports.

“Deep Throat,” of course, was also the codename given to Mark Felt, the famous Watergate whistle blower. The house is priced to sell at $1.75 million. Demolition is allowed.

For fans of classic adult film, you might be pleased to know that the rooms where the film’s star, Linda Lovelace, found the cure to what ailed her are still pretty recognizable. Also for sale, the place where rumor has it President John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe had their rendezvous.

The glass house is tucked deep inside a nature preserve. It served as a party house for Ol’ Blue Eyes Frank Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack.

Zwillow reports: “Monroe never owned the home, but when Frank Sinatra leased the property, she was a frequent visitor to Sinatra’s notorious Rat Pack parties and occasionally stayed in the home’s guest house. And when she stayed there, rumor is that she had a frequent presidential visitor.”

Oh my.

And this one has nothing to do with politics, but even money says that Capitol Hill isn’t immune from “50 Shades of Grey” fever. For the silent fans of the racy best seller, here are the luxury condominiums where Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, ahem, get to know each other.

Apparently, the condos are becoming a place of pilgrimage for the fans of the “BDSM” novel.

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