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This Victorian House Has a Spaceship in the Attic

by Conner Flynn
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If you are in the market for a new home, you might as well buy one that’s a little different from the rest – perhaps one that has a spaceship in the attic.

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This Victorian house is located near London, England. It has 7,000 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, two basement apartments, and looks quite elegant and traditional inside.

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However, as far as I’m concerned the attic is its main selling feature. It was created as a play space for kids, but adults like you and I would have fun playing in there too.

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You can own the house for £3,250,000 or about $5.3 million (USD). Totally worth it. It would be awesome to buy this house and then find it that it actually flies. Seems like the plot for a kids movie.

[via Nag on the Lake via Neatorama via Nerd Approved]

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