Incredible hidden feature at the back of £1.2m three-bedroom Liverpool home. Around the back of the property is something that makes the home very valuable.
A three-bedroom property in Liverpool is for sale, but it’s significantly more expensive than the normal three-bedroom house.
Purplebricks is selling the property on Mersey Road in Aigburth for £1,250,000.
But there’s a reason for the home’s exorbitant price, and it’s concealed in the back of the property.
The house, with a gated entrance, sits on an estate that is described as a ‘mini private park.’
Buyers will also get a partially built bungalow and ten acres of “untouched property” in addition to the three-bedroom house.
There is endless potential at the back of the property as the land covered the equivalent of eight football fields and more than 100 tennis courts.
On the ground floor of the main residence, there are two reception rooms, a kitchen/diner, and a toilet.
All three bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a terrace with views of the expansive gardens are located on the second level.
Next to the three bedroom property, on the enclosed private estate, is a partially built two bedroom bungalow.
The bungalow has internal work to be completed, but all external walls and the roof have already been constructed.
Of course, the property’s biggest selling point is the 10-acre tract of undeveloped land.
The estate is ideal for those seeking “complete privacy” in a “calm environment,” according to the description.
The estate has unobstructed views of the Mersey River and North Wales.
On the land, there is already a nature trail that runs through a wooded region and open fields.
Just a short walk from Aigburth train station, it’s hard to believe that this ‘beautiful’ stretch of land is so close to local shops, restaurants and bars.
Otterspool promenade is also just a short five minute walk away.
The Purplebricks listing reads: “Set in a prime location on Mersey Road and within the heart of Aigburth L17, sits an amazing opportunity to purchase this unique estate.
“The estate comprises not only of a three-bedroom detached house with a substantial amount of land AND also a partially built two-bedroom detached bungalow as a separate residence.
“Both properties sit within ten acres of outstanding untouched and natural recreational land which runs along Otterspool Park and ends at Jericho Lane.
“This is truly a unique opportunity to own an utterly fantastic property like no other.”