Belfast house proves you can't judge a home by its cover (PHOTOS)
From the outside, it’s a distinctly average looking semi-detached house in the Rosetta area of Belfast, unlikely to catch the eye of a prospective buyer.
However, when you look inside it’s a different story altogether. Hidden behind the nondescript red brick exterior lies an ultra-modern layout that wouldn’t look out of place in a New York loft apartment.
On the ground floor, all the internal walls have been removed to create a huge open-plan living space with exposed metal beams, reports Belfast Live.
The kitchen at the rear has been extended, complete with an attractive centre island, making it perfect for entertaining.
The interior is clean and minimalist — ready for the new owner to make it their own.
Exposed brick walls add to the contemporary American warehouse style of the property.
The bathroom is so enormous the suite looks positively tiny.
The price tag on this three-bedroom house is around £249,950 — a fraction of what you’d pay for the real thing in NYC.