Buyers might get in a flap when they find out this modest four-bed’s secret feature.
The end-of-terrace home looks like any normal home and is on the market at a bargain price of £200,000.
Estate agents admit it needs a bit of work and some of the rooms are a bit dated, so the buyer should be ready to do DIY.
But it’s packed full of quirky touches – including a bar in the living room, which could prove useful if the pubs close again.
And in the back garden of the £200,000 property in Cardiff, Wales there is an aviary, making the home perfect for those who love birds.
The birdhouse has a parrot and a pigeon in it in the sales snaps.
The home is being sold by estate agents Peter Alan and is also on Rightmove.
The listing makes no mention of the aviary and just states it has a “spacious rear garden.”
It reads: “A deceptively spacious four bedroom, end-terrace house located in the popular location of Llandaff North.
“In need of full renovation throughout, the perfect investment or great home to add your own stamp and value.”
Regarding the backyard, it continues: “Enclosed very large mature rear garden with fence boundaries.
“Side access to shed. Spacious paved patio area.
“Shared side access to alleyway from front to rear garden.
“Borders containing trees, shrubs and flowers. Gated area with two sheds and greenhouse.”
Meanwhile, another property listing went viral recently, after people noticed the terrifying prison in the basement.
A woman browsing through property listings online was left stunned after stumbling across an ordinary-looking home with a terrifying prison in the basement.
The listing on Zillow describes it as a “historic home built in 1880” with “so much character throughout”, and it’s not until you look further through the description – or pictures – that it addresses the addition in the basement.