AN exotic Japanese style Surrey home which boasts its own indoor beach, a oriental water garden, a home cinema and four bedrooms has hit the market for £2.8million.
The stunning Chalet has amazing views of the River Thames and is just metres away from Bushy Park.
Rightmove The stunning property has gone on the market for under £3million
Rightmove The Chalet in Surrey even has its own beach
A staircase leads to the lower ground floor where new tenants could enjoy the 70ft “indoor beach” with 40 tonnes of sand – which is also heated.
The first floor is home to an impressive Italian designed kitchen/breakfast room which has an impressive five Gaggenau fridges, two ovens and two microwaves, grill and steam ovens.
The second floor is accessed by a spiral staircase which leads into a grand library and study area.The stunning property in Surrey has a large balcony perfect for outdoor entertaining.
The ultra luxurious property next to Hampton Court Palace was imported from Switzerland in 1882.
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But the house had fallen into disrepair before spatial architect Myck Djurberg bought it in 2012 and transformed it into the house it is today.
The house has an impressive five floors and has what is believed to Britain’s first floating swimming which cost a staggering £600,000.
The bathroom has two copper baths worth £9,000 and £18,000 basins which were made in Italy.
The house had fallen into disrepair before spatial architect Myck Djurberg bought it in 2012 and transformed it into the house it is today
Rightmove The house had fallen into disrepair before spatial architect Myck Djurberg bought it in 2012 and transformed it into the house it is today
Rightmove The £2.8million property even has its own cinema
Rightmove The bathroom has two copper baths worth £9,000 and £18,000 basins which were made in Italy.
Rightmove The kitchen cost a staggering £500,000
Rightmove The house was imported from Switzerland but has a Japanese style
Rightmove The unique property has five floors