Semi-detached house with FAKE GRASS carpet goes on the mark for almost £300,000 in Cornwall

Semi-detached house with FAKE GRASS carpet goes on the mark for almost £300,000 in Cornwall

A BIZARRE house featuring room upon room of fake grass flooring has hit the market for £299,950.

The unique property, located on Prince Charles Road in St Austell, Cornwall, features artificial grass in several rooms including in the hallway and bathroom.

The light green artificial turf has been featured in most of the garden space and has even been specifically cut to fit into steps leading to the greenhouse.

The fake grass then continues throughout the four-bedroom property by featuring a large conservatory area – giving the feeling of having nature inside the home.

The bizarre indoor flooring then continues through the hallway and into a utility room and bathroom.

A glazed vestibule showcases more fake grass flooring which has even been added on top of a small unit beside the door.

The living room and bedrooms have been decorated in more of a traditional sense with carpet and laminate.

Images of the distinctive home have been circulating on a property forum, with one viewer joking: "Someone got a good deal on artificial grass."

The property was put on the market yesterday by Liddicoat & Company  estate agents for £299,950.

They said: "An opportunity arises to acquire an unusually large semi-detached house conveniently situated on the fringe of St Austell town offering very versatile two family accommodation being split to provide separate ground and first floor accommodation.

"This very deceptive, spacious and versatile property provides for two separate living areas on the ground and first floor and would be ideal for two family accommodation or for an investment buyer."

Located in St Austell, one of the largest towns in Cornwall, the property could be a delightful holiday home located close to Porthpean and Duporth beaches.

The listing was shared on a property forum yesterday (WED), captioned: "Someone got a good deal on artificial grass".

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