Standard London flat worth £850k next to Chinese takeaway has indoor pool

A flat which looks pretty average from the outside has an unexpected feature – and it might surprise you.

The two-bedroom property is worth around £850,000 and it sits next to a Chinese takeaway in Archway in London.

It does have all the features you'd expect, like an open plan reception with a lovely kitchen too.

But there's something else hiding away in the home and it might be the reason why you'd put an offer down.

Just off the living room there's a large swimming pool with a steam and sauna room, despite the flat measuring 1,271 sq ft.

There's even a small balcony off the stairs which overlooks the unexpected leisure facilities.

The flat on Hornsey Road is being sold by Foxtons and appears to have been worth £1.2million with different agents in 2020.

Now the property, which is close to Upper Holloway Station, is on the market for £850,000.

According to Rightmove, the listing states it was "reduced yesterday".

The property has been described as a "flat arranged over the ground and lower ground floors".

It added: "Trendy open plan reception and kitchen with a feature glass floor.

"Private patio space accessed from the bedrooms and reception. Main double bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe.

"Second bedroom with fitted wardrobes. Modern bathroom and WC.

"Private swimming pool, sauna and steam room on the lower ground floor."

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The listing continued: "Set along Hornsey Road, this generous two bed flat boasts unique interiors and immaculate high ceilings.

"Also the lower ground floor showcases an indoor swimming pool that is accompanied by a luxurious steam room and sauna.

"This property is well served by the selection of popular bars, restaurants and amenities of Hornsey Road.

"Excellent transport links include Upper Holloway Station and Archway Station."

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