THIS stunning home boasts 360-degree balcony views – but its unique exterior makes it stand out from its neighbours.
Four bedrooms sit inside an 18th century windmill, near Holywell in North Wales, which has hit the market at £370,000.
The distinctive property, built between 1780 et 1800, has been in the same family for generations after operating as a mill until the 1890s.
Estate agents tout the home as “one of the very few habitable windmills” in the North West.
Rightmove‘s listing states: “It’s the real epitome of the phrase ‘Character Property’.
“Unlike many properties carrying this label, this is in perfect condition internally and externally and offers a cosy and very versatile workable family home.”
A broad driveway greets visitors which leads up to a huge plot of land with endless features.
The sprawling property includes an enclosed BBQ, enclosed patio, serre, vegetable plot and an ornamental pond.
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Through the front door there’s a spacious sitting room with room for a six seater dining table, large sofa, bookcases and a TV stand.
The kitchen has been hailed “a work of art|” with bespoke curved work surfaces, fitted units and cooker hob.
There are two bathrooms in the home, the first on the ground level which sees the antique oak theme continued throughout.
Sixty-four stairs separate the ground floor to the top level with a lounge in between that’s “like no other”.
The listing says: “Obviously it is a circular room and really is quite vast as it covers the entire floor and is kept wonderfully light due to the three large windows and two French doors, that gives access to the fantastic walkway all around the outside of the home.”
The principle bedroom comfortably fits a double with cupboard space beneath the stairs and a huge free standing wardrobe.
A shower room with a lavatory and hand basin gives the impression of an en-suite with no one to share it with.
Two other bedrooms sit another floor up before another large circular space occupies the top level.
The listing states: “It gives an even larger feel of size due to its very high ceiling.
“There is a mezzanine level which currently has a bed in there and also plays host to a very handy en-suite, which when you live here, you’ll be so glad is there.
Real estate listers say the property offers great potential as a holiday let with possibilities of developing the outbuildings.
An outbuilding is currently used as a workshop space but could be used as or living accommodation.
It follows the sale of a treasured three-bedroom home with its own windmill in Kent which was transformed.
The Grade II listed Charing Windmill holds its four sails and boasts amazing panoramic views of the countryside.
Another country pad complete with a 200-year-old windmill in the back garden hit the market for £5.5 million last year.
The aptly-named Windmill House in Barnet, Londres has a four-storey Grade II* listed windmill with four sails in its back garden.