Classic bungalow listed for £350k but estate agents fail to mention enormous feature

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A standard looking bungalow is on sale for £350,000 but the estate agents have failed to mention one major structure in the garden.

Photos of the property in Nursling, Southampton show a great big metal pylon rooted slap bang in the middle of its front garden.

Some homes are landscaped with a pond or water fountain but whoever snaps this bungalow off the market will have to get used to looking out their windows and being greeted with a view of the giant structure.

There is no hiding the pylon in pictures of the Hampshire home but estate agents Michael Rhodes perhaps cheekily decided against commenting on it in the description.



Any potential buyer would have to get used to the enormous and bizarre garden feature
Any potential buyer would have to get used to the enormous and bizarre garden feature

Instead, to lure potential buyers into booking a viewing, there is mention of a modern kitchen, log burner and convenient location near to a golf club.

The description on Zoopla reads: “A well presented Detached Bungalow which is located in a popular area close to the Golf Course. Entrance Hall, Lounge with Log Burner, Modern Kitchen, 2 Beds, Shower Room, Conservatory, Garage, Log Store Gas CH.”

According to the floor plan, the garage offers plenty of space with measurements of 5.89m x 2.86m and it even comes with an additional shelter on the driveway for extra protection from the elements under the pylon’s shadow.



Any potential buyer would have to get used to the enormous and bizarre garden feature
The pylon isn’t mentioned on the estate agents’ listing

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Fortunately the giant structure is not the only view from inside the house as images show it backs onto a rural outlook of fields, both immediate and in the distance.

The property has been listed for over £100,000 more than the last time it was sold eight years ago in 2014, when it was bought for just £248,000.

Only on Google street view is the true size of the pylon clear as it towers over the quiet suburban street of Upton Crescent.

For those interested in moving with a young family, a couple of primary schools are both just half a mile away but it is less well located for any London commuters.

The nearest station is Redbridge a good 2.3 miles and just slightly further is Totton railway station.