House decorated almost entirely in shades of GREY on sale for £850,000

More than 50 shades of grey! Luxury five bedroom home boasting a cinema, gym and outdoor party area decorated almost entirely in silvery tones goes on sale for £850,000

  • The detached property in West Derby, Liverpool, stands out with its modern decor, as almost every room features varying shades of grey
  • Everything from the wallpaper, to the upholstered beds and the bathroom tiles are boldly decorated with a slick of the dark colour
  • The sitting room features bold crushed velvet grey armchairs and couches, while the bedroom similarly boasts a dark crushed velvet bed 
  • The 19th century-designed property still featured much of its original style, including a wooden staircase and stained glass windows
  • The five-bedroom property also boasts a mini-park, as the current owners were a professional family who ran a nursery business from home

A luxury house that is unusually decorated almost entirely in different shades of grey has gone on sale for a staggering £850,000.

The large detached property in West Derby, Liverpool, stands out from the crowd with its unique modern decor, because almost every room features varying shades of grey.

Everything from the wallpaper, to the upholstered beds and the bathroom tiles are boldly decorated with a slick of the dark colour.

A luxury house that is unusually decorated almost entirely in different shades of grey has gone on sale for a staggering £850,000

The large detached property in West Derby, Liverpool, stands out from the crowd with its unique modern decor, as almost every room features varying shades of grey. Pictured: The open plan kitchen and dining area with crushed grey velvet chairs 

The sitting room features bold crushed velvet grey armchairs and matching couches, while the bedroom similarly boasts a dark crushed velvet bed.

As well as its unique colour scheme, the luxury home comes equipped with its own gym, home cinema, snooker table and lavish outdoor entertainment centre.

The five-bedroom home is ideal for an avid footballer as not only is it kitted out for high-end living, but it is also situated in the West Derby area, the former home to both Liverpool FC and Everton’s training grounds. 

The 19th century-designed property still featured much of its original style, including a statement wooden staircase, stained glass windows and grand grey fireplaces. 

The sitting room features bold crushed velvet grey armchairs and matching couches, while the bedroom similarly boasts a dark crushed velvet bed

Everything from the wallpaper, to the upholstered beds and the bathroom tiles are boldly decorated with a slick of the dark colour

The property’s outdoor space is nearly as impressive as its unique interior, with a huge, covered eating, cooking and sitting area

The stunning property also features a ‘secret’ corridor which leads to a downstairs shower room, the gym and cinema room.

There are also five stunning bedrooms in the expansive family home, which includes a cosy nursery space.

The property’s outdoor space is nearly as impressive as its unique interior, with a huge, covered eating, cooking and sitting area.

Ian Lyness, who is selling the house on behalf of Purplebricks, said that the property also boasts a mini-park as a professional family ran a nursery business from home. 

He continued: ‘The house belongs to a professional family who ran a nursery business there and moved it to larger premises, so it even has its own mini-car park.

The home is ideal for an avid footballer as not only it is situated in the West Derby area, the former home to both Liverpool FC and Everton’s training grounds. Pictured: The kitchen cupboards and island are all entirely grey 

There are also five stunning bedrooms in the expansive family home, including this one with a crushed velvet bed and grey damark wallpaper. Other features such as the radiator covers, curtains and the carpets are also a shade of slate 

As well as its unique colour scheme, the luxury home comes equipped with its own gym, home cinema (pictured), snooker table and lavish outdoor entertainment centre

The owners of the property did all the work on the interior of the house themselves, ‘getting the right balance between old and new’. Pictured: A living area with a large fire place and stained glass windows 

‘They did the work themselves and they’ve made a brilliant job of it.

‘Some people rip the heart and soul out of a house but they’ve done the opposite and got the right balance between old and new – it’s one of the loveliest houses I’ve seen.

‘It’s got some great communal areas, like the kitchen and living area and that outdoor room if you like, but, equally, people can shut themselves off if they need to work from home so you have the best of all worlds.’

He added that the current owners are relocating to a semi-rural area near Liverpool, but believes the house would be suitable for a growing family.

The 19th century-designed property still featured much of its original style, including a statement wooden staircase, stained glass windows and grand grey fireplaces

The current owners are relocating to a semi-rural area near Liverpool, but estate agents believe that the house would be suitable for a growing family, who can enhoy features such as the games room with pool table 

The stunning property also features a ‘secret’ corridor which leads to a downstairs shower room, the gym and cinema room

 Ian Lyness, who is selling the house on behalf of Purplebricks, said that the property also boasts its own mini-park as a professional ran a nursery business from home

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