This ordinary-looking end-terraced house is anything but on the inside – and is being sold for just £230,000.
The three-bed home is located in Biddulph, Staffordshire, and has stunning views over the county’s countryside.
The property boasts a balcony and several features which would not make it look out of place on an episode of ‘Grand Designs’.
The estate agent selling the property said: “Kevin McCloud himself would be impressed by this place.”
The back of the house opens up onto a terrace, with the balcony above complete with a glass floor which doubles as a skylight.
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The top of one staircase is also glass, allowing the homeowner to see down to the bottom, reports StokeonTrentLive.
The second staircase consists of made to measure spiralling metal.
The property is being marketed by agency Samuel Makepeace.
A spokesperson said: “I know what you are thinking! Certainly, there are no surprises left to tell, but, you guessed it, there’s more!
“There’s also a detached oversized garage and driveway to the rear of the building.
“Stepping down, and past the architecturally designed balustrade is a huge garden.
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“It has a large paved barbecue and entertaining area, plus plenty of space on the lawn for all the family to enjoy.
“Kevin McCloud himself would be impressed by this place.”
The house may look nondescript from the front but has been described as “out of this world” due to its interior.
The property has three bedrooms, which an office room which could be converted into a fourth.
It also has an open plan kitchen with wood surfaces, a detached garage and driveway and two bathrooms.
The estate agent added: “Think ‘Grand Designs’ and amazing spaces, add a sprinkle of off the wall architecture and you may just come somewhere near what to expect from this one of a kind home.”
Offers in excess of £230,000 are being considered for the property, which is set over three floors.
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