This seemingly unremarkable house has gone on sale in east London – but look closer and you’ll find that it comes with a very unusual feature.
The terraced Victorian property in the now-fashionable neighbourhood of Hackney comes with its very own private pub .
Currently on the market for £800,000, the home comes with four bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and a double rear extension.
But venture upstairs and you will find an incredible wood-panelled bar complete with stained glass windows, stools and a hand pump.
The eventual buyers won’t have to worry about last orders at their local ever again by continuing the party back home.
Estate agents Purple Bricks seem to admit that the incredible but rather worn 1980s decor might not be to everyone’s taste.
They dryly state that the home might need some “modernisation.”
It says: “This four bedroom Victorian family home is located on a peaceful tree-lined street.
“The property does require modernisation throughout but offers great potential.
“There is a double storey rear extension which maximises the living space and accommodation comprises two bedroom on the lower level which could potentially be reception rooms.
“There is a fitted kitchen/diner and family bathroom to the ground floor.
“To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a spacious room to the rear which is currently being used as a bar; this has the potential to be changed into a further double bedroom and bathroom.
“Externally there is a private rear garden.”