A sprawling mega-mansion was up for sale in Merseyside – and it has a quirky design that cannot be compared to anything else on the market.
This six bedroom detached house is located on Poplar Avenue in Crosby and is listed with Colette Gunter’s real estate agents. However, the price remains a mystery.
Photos uploaded to RightMove provide a glimpse into the quirky home. The listing states that the price is only available upon request.
Poplar Avenue is a bit off Moor Lane and is a quiet street with a number of imposing properties and a current average of an estimated £ 732,647, according to Zoopla.
With the price only on application, the value of this plush pillow remains a mystery ̵
The original property has been completely redesigned by the current owners and has a quirky and unusual interior design that is absolutely unique.
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A list uploaded to RightMove states: “The property offers a 5-star ambience with closed access, attractive facade and living spaces that are not only luxurious and tasteful but also well proportioned.”
The property sits on half an acre of private land and features a newly built carriage house built by the current owners.
The carriage house has a boldly decorated entertainment room with leopard-print paneled walls, a built-in TV, and deep purple velvet, leopard-print, and cow-print couches.
A series of folding doors open to a raised terrace with a jacuzzi, while the carriage house itself has three bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, giving the hotel a “hotel-like” feel.
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In the main house, a vestibule with double-opening oak doors and a solid oak floor leads to a reception hall with a vaulted ceiling that leads to an open landing.
The hallway is currently decorated with an artificial animal head and a whimsical white lamp in the shape of a man, as well as thick shaggy carpets.
As they move into the kitchen, bespoke hand-painted units are decorated in chewing gum pink solid oak with marble countertops and a double Belfast sink and mixer tap.
Leopard print bar stools are located under the central kitchen island, above which two eye-catching chandeliers hang.
A bright pink container and pink fluffy rugs complement the gum theme, with another pop of color in the floral decorations on the wall.
The kitchen is equipped with a Sub Zero style American fridge / freezer with pull-out pantry, an integrated Miele dishwasher and a remote-controlled dancing flame gas fire with log effect.
As part of the open living space, two long white leather sofas stand under spotlights and paneled ceilings with side tables made from old drums.
At the other end of the room, a street sign “GEORGE V” hangs on an exposed wall above a Union Jack chair.
In the opposite corner of the room hang a glass giraffe head and a glass deer head with a colorful chandelier and purple velvet chairs on the wall.
The bold animal theme continues elsewhere on the property. A reception room is adorned with eight artificial animal heads on either side of a huge gilded mirror and flanked by two couches with cow print.
In the dining room there are chairs with gold and leopard patterns around a glass dining table with a life-size artificial polar bear at one end.
The unusual design certainly sets this property apart from everything else on the market – but with a mysterious price tag, it’s impossible to know how much the fancy decor would set you back.