Ordinary looking three-bed house contains mind-blowing garden

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A seemingly ordinary three-bedroom house hides a stunning surprise behind its unassuming facade.

The grade II listed Georgian property in Colwyn Bay, north Wales has made some incredible additions to its already impressive history.

Out back, it offers breathtaking views of surrounding countryside. The enormous back garden also boasts a swimming pool, sauna, hot tub, fire pit, and cocktail bar.

Built in 1812 for a local sea captain, Plas Tirion, which means Gentle House, still boasts many original features including a "reversed" door lock believed to stop the devil from entering.

The Georgian grandeur is also preserved in lion detailing on the guttering and its gorgeous sash windows.

Its location also means that it commands spectacular views of nearby Conwy Castle, the Estuary, and even the Carneddau Mountains.

Two sets of double doors open to reveal a decking area with a jacuzzi and professional grill.

The house’s owners have taken full advantage of the space, using it to create a paradise.

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Among the features is an 18-foot circular swimming pool, heated so it can be enjoyed all year round for the daring.

The sun-trap garden is landscaped around a Mediterranean theme.

Every nook and cranny revealing a hidden corner to relax and soak up the sunshine and beautiful panorama.

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There is even a fire pit for the chilly Welsh evenings.

Inside, the property also boasts a home gym creating by converting one side of the garage.

Estate agents Fletcher & Poole have put the extraordinary property on the market for a surprisingly low £450,000.

The company said: "Whether relaxing or entertaining the rear of Plas Tirion is exceptional and would be the centerpiece of any fantastic home, to simply call it a garden would not do it justice.

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"Plas Tirion has a rich history, lovely accommodation, outstanding outdoor space and extraordinary views.

"Prepare to be blown away.”

The features don’t stop at the garden either, with the interior boasting a basement converted into a home cinema room with a surround sound system. There is also a sauna room.

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The idyllic home perfectly blends the modern with historical to create a unique space, the rustic aesthetic of exposed beams tied together by wood-burning stoves in the lounge and the kitchen.

And with three double bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs, the incredible property is also not short on amenities.

One thing is for certain, this property is bound to soon be snapped up by an eager buyer.

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