There’s a surprise inside (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
This unassuming home might not look like much but it’s hit the market for almost £700,000 and hides amazing features inside.
Anyone driving past would think it is a standard bungalow at the end of a cul-de-sac.
But once inside, it quickly becomes apparent that buyers will get more than they bargained for as it’s furnished like a mansion.
The deceptively-large house in Morpeth, Northumberland, is actually spread over three floors.
Doesn’t look awfully exciting does it? (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
But this place has five bedrooms, three bath houses with landscaped lawn area and decking (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
It boasts five-bedrooms, three bathrooms, a decking area and three landscaped lawn areas.
The property also has a ‘mancave’ complete with bar and pool table area under a vaulted glass roof overlooking the gardens.
Also, the ground floor is home to a music room and home office, while a mezzanine level has been designed for relaxing.
The house features a games room with a bar, parquet flooring and a generous skylight (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
Meanwhile the main living room features a futuristic pyramid-shaped corner fireplace.
On the middle floor is a home cinema room, two double bedrooms and bathroom with views looking out onto the south-facing garden.
Outside, the property has layered lawns, a stone bridge and even a private stream.
For anyone interested, the large three-storey house has gone on the market for £695,000.
One of four bathrooms inside the property (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
Your own bar (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
Estate agents Bradley Hall says: ‘This fantastic property really is a hidden gem, on approach it is unassuming yet within it is a remarkably spacious five bedroom detached home.
‘The current owners have modernised and updated the interior.
‘This home is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with sizeable, landscaped gardens surrounding the property, providing space for family fun or relaxation with the terrace and patio areas.’
The master bedroom is spacious (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
An aerial view of the whole property(Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
The living room incorporates the properties masonry brick into the interior decor (Picture: Bradley Hall / SWNS)
So, anyone have £695k burning a hole in their pockets?
If only we could all be like this dad who won a £3m Spanish villa through an Omaze draw.
Meanwhile the rest of us renters have to contend with studio flats with kitchens the size cupboards.
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