“Takeshi’s Fortress” property on marketplace for £300k – with weird honeycomb-shaped rooms

A PROPERTY resembling a Takeshi’s Fortress set has appeared in the marketplace for £300,000 – however would-be patrons will get misplaced within the maze of rooms inside.

The four-bedroom bungalow in Hartlepool, County Durham appeared on property web site Rightmove on Saturday.

The indifferent property’s exterior images create a way of confusion from the get-go, with the compact home taking over a small portion of land on the finish of an in any other case giant driveway.

Honeycomb designed home aerial view. Credit: Rightmove/igomove

A myriad of floor-to-ceiling home windows depart viewers uncertain of the place to look because the oddly-shaped property juts out and in in weird hexagonal shapes.

The format doesn’t enhance inside, as inside photos present a sequence of bizarrely formed rooms condensed into the property.

The centrepiece of the home seems to be the big front room which, while ethereal and lightweight, consists of partitions in all places and an odd triangular-shaped concave ceiling.

The unusual honeycomb-shaped design means most rooms’ decor is positioned in baffling methods.

One room homes only a washer, while one other slim, triangular area has a lone fridge wedged between two ill-fitting doorways.

Each bed room has managed to suit both a single or a double mattress into it, however with little to no area accessible on both aspect of the beds because of the complexities of the format.

With doorways lining seemingly numerous partitions all through the house and no flooring plan accessible, the property seems to be nigh unimaginable to navigate amid a maze of rooms.

The bungalow does nonetheless supply house-hunters a big backyard area that surrounds the perimeter of the honeycomb, making for tranquil backyard views in virtually each room.

As a result of home’s maze-like construct, the property has gained comparisons to a basic spherical seen on Japanese recreation present Takeshi’s Fortress, which was broadcast from 1986-1990.

The home bears an eerie resemblance to the Honeycomb Maze seen on the present, which was dropped at UK audiences between 2002 and 2004.

The aptly-named Honeycomb Maze noticed contestants typically cost blindly by means of the numerous hexagonal-shaped rooms and doorways while evading two ‘Black-Handed, Black-Hearted’ guards.

If the contestant was caught by one among these guards they might be smeared in black paint and be thrown out of the maze.

Inside of home. Credit: Rightmove/Igomove

Property brokers igomove listed the property on Rightmove for £299,995 with the outline: “[An] completely distinctive four-bedroom house with one-of-a-kind structure paying homage to a honeycomb design.

“A uncommon alternative to buy a considerable, quirky property on an enormous pot, don’t miss the possibility to view this one-of-a-kind house, contact the crew at Igomove at your first alternative to safe an inside inspection.”

The property was shared to social media by one consumer on Sunday with the caption: “Ah sure, I’ve at all times wished to dwell in a large honeycomb and fake I’m on Takeshi’s Fortress.”

The consumer’s hilarious comparability has since acquired greater than 250 upvotes and over 100 feedback from customers left scratching their heads on the weird format.

One consumer replied: “Disenchanted on the lack of flooring plan, clearly nobody was as much as the problem!”

One other wrote: “The location of the fridge and washer received somewhat giggle out of me.”

A 3rd stated: “I type of find it irresistible, besides that they clearly beloved that beige tile. And it’s near the seashore although I can’t keep in mind if that could be a good one or not.”

One other commented: “That is completely horrific…dare I say it’s presumably the worst home I’ve ever seen on Rightmove.

“Sure, some homes are so run down and ugly that they have to be torn down, however someone really constructed this to be this fashion.

“They thought this was an concept worthy of being constructed. Simply have a look at these very rectangular double beds, that very sq. fridge…these poor rugs.

“Take into consideration all of the objects that require ninety diploma corners and the way the genius who designed this ‘home’ thumbed his nostril at them like a Sims-addict on crack. I’m going to have nightmares tonight.”

Property brokers igomove have been approached for remark.

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