A THREE-BED home in sleepy Devon is on the market for £200,000 – but it hides an amazing secret for the new owner.
The end-of-terrace house in Okehampton, on the edge of Dartmoor, covers three floors, with plenty of room for a small family.
But there's one feature that makes the property unique for house-hunters.
Downstairs, the new owner will find an American-style diner complete with retro red banquettes, a black and white chequered floor and 50s-style art.
The little restaurant, J. Street Diner, serves up Coke floats, homemade burgers and hotdogs – and it's a hit with customers, who call the food "delicious" in online reviews.
Agents Stevens call the sale a "wonderful opportunity" for the new buyer.
"The seller currently operates a restaurant/diner business from the premises," they say.
"If a buyer wishes to continue the business, the commercial-grade kitchen and diner chairs can be purchased by way of separate negotiation, or they can be removed."
The house isn't the only property currently on the market that's hiding a secret.
In July, we shared photos of a three-bed home in Leicester that has an amazing jungle-style garden outside.
Retired telecoms worker Rick Stock has filled the 30-metre plot with palm trees, two ponds and a range of exotic plants.
Elsewhere, a flat in a stunning Art Deco building in London hides its own underground bunker.
The whopping space is kitted out with its own ventilation system – meaning the new owner could use it as a gym, home office or prep zone for a zombie apocalypse.
And a stunning £4million home yards from Notting Hill Gate Tube is completely invisible from the street.
The 'hidden home' can be found behind a secret door.
Once inside, the new owner find a massive five-bed home spread over 3,000 square feet.
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