Unassuming Tardis-like home that looks like a bungalow but is hiding a five-bedroom mansion with swimming pool and sauna hits the market for £820,000
- The deceptively large property has just gone on sale in Well Ridge Close, in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear
- Although it looks like a bungalow, the house is actually set on three floors – with an extension to the rear
- Entrance hall opens up on to quality kitchen, family living room, cloakroom, lounge and utility room
- Upstairs there are five large bedrooms, a lavish bathroom with a jacuzzi bath and access to a veranda
First impressions can be deceiving – as people who enter the Tardis in Doctor Who for the first time well know.
And while this unassuming bungalow is rooted in Tyne and Wear (rather than whizzing around time and space), it too hides a sprawling interior that is not immediately obvious.
From the front, this property in Well Ridge Close, Whitley Bay, appears to be a rather large single-storey house.
Yet it’s actually on three floors – and comes complete with an indoor pool and sauna.
The enormous five-bedroom house has just hit the market for £820,000.
From the front, this property in Well Ridge Close, Whitley Bay, in Tyne and Wear, appears to be a rather large single-storey house – but all is not as it seems
The property is actually set on three floors – and comes complete with an indoor pool and sauna. The enormous five-bedroom house has just hit the market for £820,000
Housed in an extension to the rear of the surprisingly large home is this indoor heated 25ft by 12ft swimming pool
The house – which also contains a pine-clad sauna – is situated in the Red House Farm development
An entrance hall opens up on to a quality kitchen and family living room, along with a cloakroom, lounge and utility room
Crouched behind the Tardis-like facade is a mini-mansion, replete with ample shared living space, several comfortable bedrooms and a good-sized garden.
An entrance hall opens up on to a quality kitchen and family living room, along with a cloakroom, lounge and utility room.
Upstairs there are five large bedrooms, a lavish bathroom with a jacuzzi bath and access to a veranda.
Occupants can plop themselves down in plush sofas before deciding whether they fancy a dip – or a sweat in the sauna
Upstairs there are five large bedrooms and a lavish bathroom with a jacuzzi bath, as well as access to a veranda
But it’s what this surprisingly plush pad offers in the leisure stakes that really sets it apart from its neighbours.
Housed in an extension to the rear is an indoor heated 25ft by 12ft swimming pool and pine-clad sauna..
To the rear of the house there is also a large garden, with paved and green areas, in addition to an adjoining garage.
The property is being marketed by J G Sawyers and Sons.
When is a police box not a police box? When it’s a time-travelling Tardis that’s bigger on the inside than outside
It might take a while to do up the interior… The Doctor’s Tardis
For those not familiar with Time Lord transportation, a Tardis (Time and Relative Dimension in Space) can take passengers to any point in time and space.
Amazingly, the interior is much larger than its exterior, which looks like an old London police box.
The Tardis is in some respects alive. It has a ‘soul’, which was once trapped inside the body of a woman, and will often redirect itself to where it thinks it needs to be.
It can blend in with its surroundings using a ‘chameleon circuit’.
The Doctor’s Tardis is broken and stuck in its current form.
It can, however, turn invisible – and also comes with handy tools.
For instance, it can translate speech and writing for people travelling inside it, enabling them to understand any alien language even once they step outside.
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