This unassuming three-bed home hides a stunning secret out the back – a garden that would not look out of place on Love Island.
The £450,000 property in Colwyn Bay, Wales looks plain from the front, with the white paint and bay window catching the eye.
But it is the Grade II-listed Georgian house’s back garden which is the real selling point, reports the Daily Star.
Two sets of double doors open out onto a decking area which boasts stunning views of a nearby castle, local estuary and mountains.
The huge garden also features an 18-foot circular swimming pool, a hot tub, a sauna, a fire pit, cocktail bar and grill.
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The Mediterrenean-style property has previously been compared to the villa used on ITV’s hit show Love Island – which is normally located on Majorca.
The detached Welsh home was built in 1812 for local sea captain Plas Tirion, which means Gentle House.
It still boasts many original features inside, including a ‘reversed’ door lock believed to stop the devil from entering.
The lion detailing on the guttering has been retained giving the home a rustic look, and there is an array of sash windows.
But the interior has also been updated for the 21st century and has a basement converted into a home cinema room with a surround sound system and a home gym in the garage.
The three-bathroom home is being sold by estate agent Fletcher & Poole.
The listing reads: “Whether relaxing or entertaining the rear of Plas Tirion is exceptional and would be the centerpiece of any fantastic home, to simply call it a garden would not do it justice.
“This Grade II listed Georgian family home was built in 1812 for a local sea captain and retains a wealth of original features.
“Plas Tirion has a rich history, lovely accommodation, outstanding outdoor space and extraordinary views.
“Prepare to be blown away.”