Sheepcote House on Great North Road, Scrooby, comes with some interesting features including a bar, wine vault and fixing for zipline and fireman’s pole.
On a more practical note the house also has six bedrooms, to kitchens and several reception rooms.
A spokesman for Fine & Country, who is marketing the property for £1.6m, said: “A substantial period family home dating from about 1900 set within extensive and mature grounds in excess of two acres. The property has undergone a complete renovation by the current owners in recent years, much original character and charm remains but blends seamlessly with the comforts of modern living. The house is flooded with natural light and is finished to the highest standard throughout but gives a real element of fun and excitement with features such as a secret room, fixing for zipline and fireman’s pole from the master bedroom into the garden, sunken hidden trampoline and hidden TV.
“This truly individual property offers the ideal space to entertain guests both indoor and outdoor all year round, with a newly finished pool complex, jacuzzi and self contained bar. The large indoor swimming pool is approximately 40’x20’ and around 8ft deep with fixed diving board, shower and changing facilities along with sauna room. There are sliding doors to both aspects of the pool area with a South facing decked area leading down to a Sarah Murch designed mature planted garden, seating area and bar."
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