Unassuming bungalow on sale for £850,000 hides amazing secret pub at the bottom of garden
AN unassuming bungalow on sale for £850,000 has a hidden secret pub at the bottom of the garden.
The amazing property comes complete with its very own boozer and beer garden.
The four-bed house in Denham, Buckinghamshire, looks quite ordinary from the front.
Even from the back it looks like there is simply a nice seating area onto the neat garden.
But follow a small path through some hedges and it leads out to a secret decking and amazing bar.
And while the extensive drinks collection is likely to move on with the current owners, there will be plenty of space for the buyer to fill with their favourite tipples.
Looking to the future, and the end of the rule of six, there is enough seating inside and outside the pub for a buyer who loves entertaining family and friends.
Estate agent Ed Campbell told the MailOnline: "Of course, the real entertainment factor is the pub and pub garden situated in the spacious south-facing rear garden.
"The space is equipped with an authentic bar complete with typical pub furniture, a darts board and a 'last orders' bell, but you won't have to worry about kicking your locals out at 10pm here.
"A separate outbuilding has toilet facilities, meaning you don't even have to pop indoors to nip to the loo. And if your guests don't fancy a night at the pub, the rear of the house opens out onto a beautiful decked outdoor seating area.
"The garden itself is secure, mature, private and well-lit, ideal for when summer rolls back round."
The listing says: "A newly refurbished four bedroom detached bungalow situated on an extensive plot with stunning views over attractive rear gardens.
"The property has been renovated to an extremely high standard and comes with the added benefits of a possible loft extension (planning permission granted) or option to potentially purchase further land (subject to separate negotiations).
"This attractive detached bungalow comprises; a spacious lounge room with four bedrooms, newly fitted main bathroom suite and a spacious eat in kitchen offering an abundance of natural light due to the recently added sky light with tranquil views of the well maintained rear gardens."
Earlier in lockdown, when all pubs were closed, Brits missed their locals so much many created bars in their back gardens.
The amateur landlords and landladies didn't even need a licence as long as they don’t take payment for any of the booze.
Seven garden pub owners told Grant Rollings how they created a place for a lock-in in lockdown.
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