A huge ten bedroom mansion which hides a secret disco room is for sale

Who doesn’t love a surprise?

Well, one property on the market certainly delivers on the shock-factor.

An majestic house in Farnham, built in the 1850s, boasts 10 bedrooms, six bathrooms, a reception hall, a library, a games room and two large cellar rooms.

But that’s not all Crondall Lodge has in store. It also features a secret disco room – complete with its own bar and dance floor.

The basement room, which includes a disco ball and sound system, is no doubt a key selling point for the property.

What’s more, this hidden party room is a stark contrast to the rest of the Victorian house, which boasts 30 rooms in total. 

The 10,000 sq ft property was designed by Surrey architect Monia Allegretti and is surrounded by open farmland.

The exterior of the mansion is also incredibly impressive, with a landscaped garden, a circular closed courtyard and gravel walkways, as well as a triple garage block.

On the market for £2,500,000, the detached house sits opposite the old Norman Church of St Andrews. 

The surrounding village is known for its period houses, village shops, cricket and recreation ground and the highly-rated school.

Elsewhere on the housing market – which appears to be booming despite the pandemic – there are plenty of other spectacular properties for sale, like the Victorian church in South Yorkshire which has been converted into a lovely family home.

Slightly further afield, there’s a stunning prosecco vineyard for sale in rural Italy, which means the owners will have unlimited fizz at their fingertips. Although, they must be willing to part with £10.6 million, which is the price the property is listed at.

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