Victorian house with BALL PIT playroom goes on the market for £475,000

Five-bedroom Victorian house with its own BALL PIT playroom and four floors goes on the market for £475,000

  • Built in 1890, the unique property in Grimsby may have dated decor but it retains plenty of period features 
  • Detached home is spread over four floors, containing five bedrooms and five bathrooms plus a kitchen/diner 
  • The property, which also boasts a large back garden and reception area, is on sale via Roost Estate Agents

This detached Victorian house may be 131 years old, but it’s filled with ultra-modern features – including a huge ball pit playroom in its basement.  

It features bright yellow walls with images of children playing on them, soft inserts towards the bottom of the walls for safety, a platform to jump off of and, of course, a sea of rainbow balls. 

Set over four floors, the unique home in Grimsby comes complete with five bedrooms and five bathrooms, three reception rooms and a kitchen/diner. 

The property, which was built in 1890, is slightly dated in terms of decor but retains plenty of period features. 

But the real showstopper is the basement, which along with the ball pit features a steam room, two large reception rooms, a store room and a W/C and shower.

This detached Victorian-era house in Grimsby is built with kids in mind, featuring its very own ball pit playroom and huge back garden 

The ball pit playroom comes complete with bright yellow walls with images of children playing on them, soft inserts towards the bottom of the walls for safety, a platform to jump off of and, of course, a sea of rainbow balls

The five-bedroom and five-bathroom home, which dates back to 1890, is on sale through Roost Estate Agents and is listed at £475,000

As well as the playroom, the current owners also have a large music room – perfect for keeping the kids entertained.

Outside, the fun continues with a large, well-kept garden that is currently home to a trampoline and slide. 

‘In my 11 years in the industry, I’ve never seen a ball pit in a property, a random act of brilliance,’ said Richard Ladd, Director of Roost Estate Agents.  

The front of the house offers off road parking and there is also a long garage which provides further parking or storage. 

The ground floor boasts an entrance hallway, bay fronted reception rooms either side of the hall, both offering vast spaces, high ceilings and ‘beautiful detailing around the rooms’.   

A set of stairs which would have previously been the servants’ access into the kitchen take you to the first floor.

The first floor has an open landing area with a feature stained glass window and the five bedrooms are all found off this space.  

Three of the bedrooms are fitted with ensuite shower rooms.  

The top floor has potential to develop further but currently comprises of three rooms.     

The home is on sale via Roost Estate Agents and is listed at £475,000. 

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