Two-Bed House Goes On Sale For £210K But Owner Will Have Trouble Getting In
While many of us will have to compromise on something when it comes to buying a house - whether it's a slightly smaller garden or some dodgy wallpaper that you'll have to spend hours stripping - there are arguably a few things that are absolutely essential...
This 'quirky' two-bedroom house in Bedfordshire appears to have it all, with a quaint courtyard garden, a wood-burning stove and even a nearby Waitrose.
However, it doesn't take long to notice that the property - which is being sold for offers in excess of £205,000 - doesn't have the one thing that its immediate neighbours do, and that's a door.
From the outside, the front of the house has a large window where others along the street have the front door, meaning previous owners have had to install a letterbox into the living room wall so that post can still be delivered.
Thankfully, you're not expected to clamber into the window like a thief in the night, as there's an entrance round of the back of the house so that you can enter via the garden.
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The period home is located in Leighton Buzzard, and promises to be 'just a stone's throw away' from the train station, making it ideal for those making the 40-minute commute to London.
"To get inside this charmingly unique property, on the market for £210,000, you'll need to head round the back past the private walled courtyard garden.
"It's a secluded and peaceful outside space, which is the ideal spot to enjoy a good book, and the back door takes you straight into the kitchen at the rear of the house."
Explaining more about how post is delivered, the blog post adds: "If you look closely, there is a post box beneath one of the street-level windows, which drops post into a little wooden hatch in the living room."
The house is listed on the website with EweMove, with agents joking in the property description: "'Where's the front door?'... I hear you say... Well it's around the back past the private walled courtyard garden."
If you're interested, you can check out the Rightmove listing here.
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