“Finest shed ever” – Home-browsers supplied probability at proudly owning eye-watering £550k property – with a fortress within the again backyard

HOUSE-BROWSERS have been supplied the prospect to personal an eye-watering half-a-million pound property – with a fortress in its again backyard.

Regardless of its hefty price ticket of £550,000, the three mattress dwelling in Abbey Wooden, southeast London has attracted a slew of historical past followers due to its distinctive addition.

Pictured: The entrance of the property. (C) John Payne.

Showing pretty nondescript from the surface, the terraced property comprises a big, spacious front room and three bedrooms – every fitted with new carpets and double glazed home windows.

A contemporary, modern rest room additionally options on the primary flooring, while downstairs is an L-shaped kitchen with a big selection of contemporary items, Velux home windows and doorways main out the personal backyard.

The backyard itself is equally nondescript, containing a few bushes, an overgrown garden and a poorly-kept stone path.

Nevertheless, what lies on the finish of the backyard is the property’s largest speaking level – an uncommon stone fortress that looms over the garden in entrance of it.

The medieval-looking construction seems very misplaced in contrast with the remainder of the property, standing at virtually eight foot tall and decked out with stained glass home windows, ramparts and turrets.

Many have been left baffled by the weird sight. (C) John Payne.

With a cracked, getting old stone exterior, the fortress is seemingly barren of any inside rooms, however would make for a dream playhouse for youngsters, and even presents a miniature walkway on the high of its towers.

Property agent John Payne listed the house on property web site Rightmove final Tuesday, describing it as a home that “an applicant with youngsters would love.”

One househunter subsequently noticed the distinctive home and took to social media at the moment to share their discover, joking: “Citadel within the backyard, anybody?”

One individual wrote: “Finest. Shed. Ever. Disgrace it’s cracked and falling to bits. I’m wondering how protected it’s.

“Undecided I’d need my child enjoying on it.”

A close-up of the castle.
Pictured: An in depth-up of the fortress. (C) John Payne.

One other mentioned: “The Simpsons did it first.”

A 3rd commented: “It’s lacking a moat with crocodiles in it, although.”

One other added: “Neglect tree home. I wished that as a toddler.”

A fifth joked: “’Tis however a silly folly.”

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