For £975k you can get your hands on a property with a hidden futuristic feature inside.
Located in Woolton, the detached property is on the prestigious street of Oakfield Avenue, where the average price for a house is £1.1million.
Hidden behind secure gates, viewers are greeted to a house with a unique split level accommodation.
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The property features four reception rooms, five/six double bedrooms, two en-suites and a spacious family bathroom.
There is also a balcony attached to one of the bedrooms, allowing natural light to flood through the room.
The house still retains a lot of its original features including high-quality fitted fixtures and a Victorian-style ceiling cove.
However, the kitchen is the first instance of a more contemporary taste.
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The fitted kitchen-cum-breakfast room is bespoke and has a stunning dark walnut finish contrasting with the white gloss counter-top.
Moving from the kitchen and entering the living space your eyes are instantly drawn to the plentiful living space spread across two floors.
But the standout feature is a futuristic version of a log-burning stove.
The current owners have made the stove a focal point by placing a wrap-around sofa next to it.
When in use, the stove adds ambience to a room, making it perfect for relaxed-social gatherings.
To the rear is a delightful family garden which has been wonderfully maintained.
The house is listed with Whitegates in Woolton. More details can be found on Rightmove's listing here.