A three-bedroom property has just gone on the market for £275,000 – and it's hiding a feature that's visible on Google Maps.
The detached home boasts two bathrooms, a modern kitchen diner, lounge and garage.
It is located on a normal suburban street in Basingstoke, Hants., with a secret feature hiding in the back garden.
For the price it's going for, you won't believe that the home has a swimming pool outside would you?
On the Barnard Marcus Auctions listing, it says the home has an extensive range of shopping amenities locally in the town centre.
It added: "The property is served by road links including the A339 and the A33 both located to the north."
However, there isn't much detail on the added bonus feature, the only mention is in the list of the rooms at the property.
It continued: "First floor: Three bedrooms, bathroom/WC.
"Ground floor: Reception room, kitchen/diner, utility room/WC. Outside: Garage and garden with swimming pool."
Unfortunately the house failed to sell at auction but it is still currently on the market.
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Meanwhile, a stunning 15th century castle with a tennis court has gone on the market for an eye-watering £225,000.
The Piteadie Castle in Kirkcaldy, Fife, was renovated 200 years after it was built when a stair tower was added.
It featured in Nigel Tranter's novel about James II of Scotland and his projector Alexander Lyon.
The castle has an orchard with around 30 fruit trees, a tennis court with a stone-built pavilion.
In other news, an Italian country is selling houses for just 90p and you can get £22,000 to renovate it.
The beauty spot in Sicily, Italy, is selling off houses for just one euro – that's cheaper than a McChicken Sandwich at McDonald's.
Troina is the latest tiny Italian town to sell houses extra cheap to attract people to the area.
As more people leave rural Italy for the big cities the town's population has drastically dropped.
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