THIS one-bed flat may look fairly ordinary from the outside – but it’s far from mundane inside.

The property in South London is currently on the market with an asking price of £325,000 and any buyer may need to do some extensive redecoration.

The flat in south London looks fairly ordinary from the outside

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The flat in south London looks fairly ordinary from the outsideCredit: rightmove
Inside though it's a blaze of bright colours

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Inside though it’s a blaze of bright coloursCredit: rightmove
Most of the walls and fittings are painted in bright pink

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Most of the walls and fittings are painted in bright pinkCredit: rightmove
Even the kitchen doesn't escape the bright colour scheme

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Even the kitchen doesn’t escape the bright colour schemeCredit: rightmove

Virtually the entire flat is plastered in a shocking pink colour and some more subtle shades along with purples.

The flat, which is advertised on Rightmove by the estate agent Peddler, is located in the popular area of Wood Vale, on the border between Forest Hill and East Dulwich.

It consists of one master bedroom, a large reception, a spacious hallway, a modern fitted kitchen and a bathroom suite.

In addition, the flat comes with a large communal garden measuring 200ft x 100ft.

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The property is well situated too, less than a mile from Forest Hill and Honor Oak Park stations which provide transport links to London Bridge, Victoria, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Whitechapel, Highbury & Islington and many other locations.

Nearby there are the shops, restaurants and bars of East Dulwich and Peckham, as well as the green spaces of Dulwich Park, Peckham Rye and the Horniman Park & Museum.

Any potential buyer should also be aware there is an annual service charge of £1,326.04 per annum.

The news comes after it was revealed a house was on the market for £320,000 and also featured an amazing secret.

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The 1930s four-bedroom detached home, in Carmarthenshire, Wales, has an unusual feature in the back garden.

Similarly, if you can afford the £1.75m price tag, a home in Nottingham also hides a surprising secret – and it’s not just that it has its own swimming pool.

What lies underneath the hall and modern living room dates back to the 19th century.

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If you’re looking for a bargain though and want to live out your James Bond villain fantasies, this stunning property on the Kent coast could be yours for just £10.

The beachfront property is up for grabs in a charity prize draw.

The bedroom, while not quite so full-on, is also brightly coloured

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The bedroom, while not quite so full-on, is also brightly colouredCredit: rightmove
The bathroom is a mix of pinks and purples

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The bathroom is a mix of pinks and purplesCredit: rightmove
The property does come with a large communal garden

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The property does come with a large communal gardenCredit: rightmove

This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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