Four bedroom house up for sale for £575,000 holds one VERY boozy secret – a PUB in the cellar complete with darts board

A FOUR-BED house up for sale for £575,000 holds one very boozy secret.

House-hunters can literally go down the pub by snapping up this terrace home with its very own boozer in the cellar.

The house is beautifully decorated with a stunning lounge-diner and an open fireplace and colour-coded bookshelves.

It has a modern kitchen, bathroom and bedrooms and a manicured, walled garden.

But the real gem is the pub underneath it called The Crab Arms.

It has a bar complete with bar stools, a dartboard, rustic piano and even a pull-down projector for watching the footy.

There are an array of wines and spirits behind the bar, with drinks fridges keeping beers cold.

The walls have been lovingly adorned with classic Guinness posters – and the bar is covered with matts from famous ales.

And the incredible home boozer DIY job in the house’s old cellar cost just £1,000.

It was completed earlier this year during lockdown – and looks just like the real thing.

The hidden bar is a stunning addition to the house, in Bedford, which is on the market for £575,000.

Just like the secret pub, the rest of the 1,796 square foot property is stylishly decorated.

Rob Smith, from estate agent Hollands Smith, explained: “Centrally located and right in the heart of the area, this period bay fronted end of terrace has been improved by the present owners and is very well presented throughout – with a hidden gem in the basement.

“The accommodation provides a spacious sitting and dining room, separated by folding doors and with an open fireplace.

“The kitchen and breakfast room have also been combined to provide an open plan family room with extensively fitted modern kitchen units, a large breakfast bar and west facing windows and French doors opening to a side return patio.

“The first floor comprises two spacious double bedrooms and two further bedrooms as well as a family bathroom and second WC.

“There are attractive period features including fireplaces, stripped wood floors and picture rails as well as all of the windows being fitted with shutters.

“Outside, the wall and low maintenance rear garden has been landscaped to provide raised borders, a decked seating area with outdoor kitchen, awning and the side return patio.

“The cellar has a real surprise in store having been converted into 'The Crab Arms', featuring a fitted bar and drinks fridge, seating and panelled walls.”

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