Acquiring a new house is a significant endeavor, and the feeling of having our little piece of heaven is truly liberating.
One man, thrilled with his new home purchase, was eager to start exploring. Little did he expect to stumble upon a concealed entrance that led to an underground man’s cave.
The building, previously a 19th-century English monastery, had undergone renovations and been divided into 30 apartments. The one the man purchased appeared reasonably priced and even came with an unexpected bonus space.
This is what the tiny studio looks like.
Constructed many centuries ago, the space boasts towering ceilings reminiscent of an era long past.
The elevated ceiling allows for some unconventional bed placement options.
There is a little bathroom on the first level.
There is a handle on the floor in front of the bathroom door that opens to the hidden location.
It initially appears to be extra storage.
The staircase to heaven, perhaps… and hell?
Further investigation found that the area is rather large and that its rooms are below those of other owners and tenants.
Inscriptions on one of the walls indicate that someone had previously visited the location.
Out of all the rooms, the last one has a high ceiling.
The presence of a hole in the middle of the floor leads us to speculate that something may have been recently uncovered.
We sincerely hope that this man can retain both apartments for his own use. If that turns out to be the case, having two spaces for the price of one is a remarkable deal.
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Wouldn’t it be nice to own a place with a secret passage and a dungeon?