HOUSE-HUNTERS have been left puzzled after recognizing a home on the market available on the market with a questionable en-suite – hidden within the bed room wardrobe.
The three-bedroom residence in Sittingbourne, Kent is listed on property web site Rightmove for a whopping £300,000.
A part of a row of terraced homes, the property sits behind a sq. patch of grass on the entrance, and accommodates a lounge, kitchen and eating room and two loos.
The lounge of the house has gray carpet with a function wall and an electrical hearth mounted towards the wall.
In the meantime the kitchen is segregated from a eating space by a built-in island which gives area for any potential purchaser who would wish to entertain visitors.
Nevertheless, the cooker seems to have been eliminated by the seller leaving an odd hole within the structure of the kitchen.
The lavatory of the property has a regular arrange with sink and bathe nonetheless it’s the considerably uncommon positioning of the second bathe that has set tongues wagging.
The bathe lies within the uncommon location of the principle bed room, whose carpeted flooring result in a wall lined with built-in wardrobes, secured behind closed picket doorways.
Nevertheless, like some form of weird twist on a gameshow, behind door quantity three lies a petite bathe cubicle.
Contained in the chamber sits a small black energy bathe, hilariously permitting for occupants to dip into their cabinet for an impromptu wash.
The property was shared to social media yesterday (WED) by a house-browser writing: “Anybody fancy having an en-suite bathe that’s constructed right into a built-in wardrobe?”
Home-browsers had been fast to touch upon the property and provide their views on why the bathe may need initially been within the wardrobe to start with.
One mentioned: “I’d be questioning in regards to the damp/mould within the bed room attributable to it being there, it doesn’t seem like a well-vented room and it’s all very newly painted in there.”
One other added: “There has to have been a greater approach of doing this, mainly it’s one third of an en-suite crammed right into a wardrobe.
“For all the hassle of putting in that, they might simply have pulled out the wardrobes, put up a partition wall and had a sink in there too for an precise en-suite.”
A 3rd replied: “Yeah I do know the place this home is and I do know it spent a very long time being refurbished to be offered, I presume this was put in as a part of the refurbishment.”
The typical home value in Sittingbourne was £327,369 final yr in accordance with property web site Rightmove.