The multi-million pound North London mansion this year’s X Factor finalists have moved into is in one of the most popular dogging spots in London.
After moving into the £3.6 million property, which is ideal for any rock star or pop diva, in the exclusive Hadley Wood area last week, contestants including Honey G, Gifty Louise and Matt Terry will be shocked to discover the randy activities going on around their new home.
Hadley Wood, near Barnet, has evolved dramatically in the past twelve months or so into a bit of a red light district, with plenty of frisky people doing the horizontal hokey cokey pretty darn close to the X Factor contestants sleeping quarters.
One local dogger said “The area is lurvley for a bit of dogging action and, by the way, it is really close to the X Factor house so if any of those nice guys and gals wanna drop in for some Sex Factor fun, they can come down to the woods any weekend night!”
Grovelands Park is only 475 yards away from the X Factor pad, yet the contestants don’t have too much to worry about thanks to all their fancy security measures, so they can spend their free time perfecting their stool singing and their ‘pick up the phone and vote’ hand signals.
Another helpful insider chimed in about this saucy news saying “Dogging doesn’t necessarily have to involve cars – it’s couples meeting for outdoor sex. And it happens at Grovelands Park.” He then went on to explain that he met up with four women during the last week for sex in the woods.
Why Hadley Wood? Well, the producers wanted somewhere that was off the beaten path so to speak, and away from the temptations of London nightclubs. The producers have snapped up the luxury property situated on Camlet Way for an eye-watering £13,500 a month, and yet according to property website Zoopla the rental cost is a snip compared to what any of the wannabes would have to pay to actually own the pad and be close to the dogging woods, as they reckon it’s estimated to be worth a staggering £3,623,000 which proves the mansion has the X factor, and maybe the sex factor would help sell the place in the future too.