The swish-looking apartment, which is currently on sale for £325,000, has two double rooms with en suite, open-plan living room, bathroom, kitchen and a home office - but it's the area described as the 'home cinema/cave' that really sets it apart.
Located via the living room, the cinema room is accessed via a stunning stone staircase and is set up to comfortably sit four. What's more, because the room is in a basement - with brick walls, no less - you'll be able to enjoy your movies in complete darkness.
Oh and there's also a 'generous wine chiller', so you can settle in for the evening without having to worry about going back upstairs to get supplies. It's also got its own ventilation and heating system.
The beautiful property dates all the way back to 1849 and was built for Vice Consul of France - fancy.
It was later converted to a warehouse but has since been completely renovated and refurbished to become a series of flats.
The description on Rightmove reads: "Just when you thought you'd seen every quirky feature that any property could possibly have... along comes something truly unique!
"The fantastically fun bonus room is accessed via the living area, where you'll find a glass door opens to reveal an invitingly lit staircase leading down to the private cave below.
"So if you're a film buff... then this home is definitely for you.
"As well as the quirky underground cave room, this place also boasts light and airy open plan living spaces, which are accentuated by beautiful curved ceilings.
"These spaces are also punctuated by floor to ceiling brick pillars, which add a real charm to the property."
You can check out the full listing here.
If quirky properties are your thing, then you may also be interested in this house in Leicestershire that's been dubbed 'Britain's narrowest detached house'.
Rose Cottage, which is on sale for £275,000, is only 13 feet wide, but has recently been fully renovated and looks pretty bloody lovely inside.
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