It seems you think you were tricked into providing the address and now you are worried that thieves may burglarize your listing. This is one of the reasons Airbnb gives you the option to not show it and, on the surface, it’s a valid concern since a thief has photos that may show valuable items, exactly where those items are located, as well as a calendar that shows when nobody will be home.
On the other hand, if any photos of the outside of the home are provided in the listing details, it wouldn’t take more than an hour using Google street view to find the exact location of nearly any listing that is a detached single family home. Even photos of the backyard can give away the exact location to someone living local, which is likely the case for a burglar. Of course, it’s not the same for any listing in any location, but you should ask yourself whether withholding the listing address before booking really only provides you a false sense of security.
FWIW, I had a couple of guests ask for the exact address right after I started hosting. At the time, I just pointed them to Airbnb’s policy of not providing the exact address as well as to the map that shows the general location to within 1/4 mile, which is reasonable walking distance. Note that since I started hosting, Airbnb added the option to provide the exact location in the listing details.