When looking at it from the street, buyers may raise an eyebrow over the heft price tag for a seemingly unassuming bungalow in Morpeth, Northumberland, but once inside it reveals its considerable secrets.
The property is on the market for almost £700,000 and due to the cliff it is built into it appears to only have a single storey from the street, but is actually spread over three floors.
It boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a decking area and three landscaped lawn areas.
The property also has a "man cave" complete with a bar and pool table area under a vaulted glass roof overlooking the gardens.
Also on the ground floor is a music room and home office while a mezzanine level has been designed for relaxing.
The main living room features a futuristic pyramid-shaped corner fireplace.
On the middle floor is a home cinema room, two double bedrooms and a bathroom with views looking out onto the south-facing garden.
Outside, the property has layered lawns, a stone bridge and even a private stream.
The deceptively large three-storey house has gone on the market for £695,000.
Estate agent Bradley Hall said: “This fantastic property really is a hidden gem, on approach it is unassuming yet within it is a remarkably spacious five-bedroom detached home.
“The current owners have modernised and updated the interior.
"This home is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with sizeable, landscaped gardens surrounding the property, providing space for family fun or relaxation with the terrace and patio areas.”
What's the most common type of house in the UK?
The UK has three different types of property, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), these types are further broken down into subcategories.
The first is a whole house or bungalow, which encompasses detached houses, semi-detached and terraces.
Detached properties have no connected neighbours, while semi-detached have one and terraces have two.
The second category is a flat or maisonette, with a maisonette simply being a two-storey apartment.
Finally, there are temporary and mobile homes like caravans.
According to the ONS, the most common type of accommodation in England and Wales is semi-detached dwellings, making up just over 30% of the housing stock.
The statistics look broadly the same across all regions of England and Wales with semi-detached often the most common closely followed by terraces or detached properties.
The only place this is different is in London, where more than 50% of the properties are flats and less than 10% are detached.
Less than 1% of the properties in England and Wales are caravans or temporary accommodation.