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An unassuming bungalow in Wales is secretly hiding a huge mansion inside.

If you walk up to the street beside the Pembroke Dock you would be forgiven for thinking it’s a bog-standard bungalow.

The first clue that something is different is the driveway, which is big to fit two or maybe three cars.

Once inside it becomes clear that the property is not located on one floor alone, as the frontal view suggests, but has a basement floor below.

Because of the way the home is cut into the hillside, from the garden side it appears like a grand mansion.

From the back windows and garden stunning views of the Cleddau estuary can be seen, the large expanse of blue water forming a beautiful vista and giving a sense of privacy.

Inside there is a large open-plan kitchen lounge and two spacious en-suite bedrooms, along with three smaller bedrooms which lead straight out onto the deck.

While the property is being sold as one, its most recent owners divided it into two distinct homes.

On the main living level there is a lounge which has a whole wall of floor-to-ceiling windows.

In the end wing of the house there is a large kitchen diner that is also connected to the lounge next door via a pair of glazed double doors.

As the kitchen diner is the room at the end of the house, the space can run the whole depth of the property, boasting side windows to add to the light and views.

The kitchen diner has an upper floor balcony that wraps around the whole corner of the property, meaning it has sweeping views from its elevated position.

On the other side of the house to the kitchen diner is a master bedroom suite that includes a separate dressing room, bigger than a typical bedroom, plus a generous four-piece en-suite.

This master bedroom has its own private balcony that is cosy enough to be a quiet, private area, but big enough for two chairs to fit too.

The lower ground floor, as well as the annexe, has three further double bedrooms, all with incredible views out of a large unit of windows with an integrated door out onto the deck.

One of these extra three bedrooms has an en-suite and this lower floor also has a family bathroom.

The kitchen boasts a substantial island unit with integrated breakfast bar and high gloss units.

The house comes with an integrated garage which could be converted into another living area if less car space is required.

At the bottom of the garden, as well as waterside views and bird and boat watching, there’s an extra garden room.

It’s the perfect place for a home office, an inspiring hobby room or just a den for relaxing and escaping the busy main house.

The five-bed home is on the market for £720,000 with estate agent Fine & Country.