This pie and mash shop hides AMAZING three bed property worth more than £1 million – and secret garden

THIS quaint pie and mash shop in London isn't all that it seems.

In fact, the old-fashioned storefront is hiding an amazing three-bed property worth more than £1million.


J.Gooding’s Pie ‘N’ Mash shop has been transformed into an eclectic and eco-conscious home complete with three bright bedrooms.

The beauty of the home is that it still has its original features from the tiled walls to the quirky shop frontage.

The home has only been slightly modified to offer privacy for the to-be residents.


Walking through the front door you are immediately met with a bright and airy studio or living space.

According to the property's agents, this area is the soul of the home with a kitchen position in the back that leads out to a courtyard.

For those looking for a piece of serenity in the capital, the home comes with a green private courtyard with enough space to entertain during the summer months.

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Also included in the house is a working hub – an ideal area for kids bashing out their sums or parents remote working.

All three bedrooms and the main bathroom are situated over two other floors.

The home is located in the trendy area of Homerton in East London.

Zoopla has listed the property for a cool £1,050,000 and can be found here.

Elsewhere, a family home for sale in Leeds is hiding an incredible secret and just in time for Christmas.

A magnificent fairytale castle that looks straight out of a Disney film also comes with a sinister secret and is up for sale for £1.7million.

And a two-bedroom house could be yours for LESS than 100k – but friends and family will have to visit by taking a ferry.


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