PHOTO: Silicon Valley agent hired female models to spice up one of his listing’s photo spreads.

You’re deep in the heart of Silicon Valley where young, rich techies thrive like the water-starved native grass blanketing the area hills. You snag a retro midcentury listing.

How do you market it? Hire female models to give its listing photos a sexed-up, “shagalicious” flair, perhaps?

Agent Stephan Marshall decided to do just that with a ’60s-era, three-bed, two-bath $1.7 million Belmont, California, listing that came with original 1965 furniture. The hypersexualized comedy movie franchise “Austin Powers” served as inspiration.