A MYSTERY box of a house in a sought after Clifton Springs location is taking buyers by surprise.
The original 1970s custom built house at 29 Edgewater Drive is deceptive from the facade and is a lot to take in once inside.
Hayeswinckle, Drysdale agent Michaela Miller said her jaw hit the ground when walking into the house.
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“It is one of those homes that is so unique with the most flexible floorplan that I have ever come across, it is deceptive from the front and a mystery box behind,” Ms Miller said.
The house is in original condition and features brick arches, a green kitchen, a chandelier above the green bath and an indoor spa room.
Add colourful wallpaper, red drapes and blue and gold patterned carpet and the house is definitely one of a kind.
The ground floor consists of a large rumpus room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a second living area.
There is a trap door in one of the bedrooms leading to the cellar while at the rear of the house is a covered outdoor entertainment area with open fireplace, pizza oven, kitchenette and surround sound speakers, gym and indoor spa room.
Upstairs are two more bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, meals area, loungeroom and family room.
The living area flows outside to a full length balcony that takes in a breathtaking bay vista.
Ms Miller said this was the first time the property was being sold with the vendors looking to downsize.
The property is for sale for $980,000 to $1.07 million.