A CHARMING three-bedroom home could be snapped up for a very reasonable £175,000 – but it has a very odd design feature.
The semi-detached property has lots of features going for it, including a spacious lounge with a bay window and a kitchen with a beamed ceiling.
There is a modern looking bathroom with a “rainfall shower.”
There is an ample back garden that has a posh verandah.
The family home has a large, master bedroom and a box room.
But the other bedroom has set prospective buyers’ tongues wagging because of one unusual feature.
Up one end is a single bed and bedside table plus a desk and up the other end is a colourful storage unit.
But in the middle of the room is a tiled shower cubicle.
It has a clear screen around it and a mat on the floor.
The property in Birmingham is on the market for £175,000.
It is being sold by Gordon Jones estate agents and advertised on Rightmove.
But one househunter was left baffled by it.
Rebecca Glover said: “Just seen this on Rightmove.
“Why have an en-suite when you can have a shower in the middle of your bedroom.”
The description for the odd bedroom reads: “Double glazed window to rear aspect.
“Central heating radiator.
“Shower cubicle with electric shower.”
The key features of the property are listed as “Three bed semi-detached, lounge, kitchen, verandah, front and rear gardens.
“Driveway, central heating, partial double glazing, freehold.”
Despite its bargain price tag, the home’s dirty and dingy interior with a jungle in the back garden may put off some house hunters.
In September a two-bed flat was for sale with a price tag of £20,000.
It was described as having “bags of potential” for a reason – it was in need of a complete renovation inside and out.
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