The once self-confessed sex addict moved into the seven-bedroom property for the first time last month after being released from prison.
It is not known whether the former England star was aware that it was built near a popular public sex haunt.
His luxury retreat boasts a swimming pool, bowling alley and football nets in the back garden.
Johnson, 31, jailed for six years for grooming and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old fan, had been living in another home nearby with his daughter and ex-girlfriend Stacey Flounders before he was convicted.
It was sold to England cricketer Ben Stokes for £1.8million – £200,000 below the guide price.
During his trial in 2016, Johnson was revealed as a sexual deviant who surfed bestiality and teen-sex sites as sordid details of his double life emerged.
The court heard that he was