Big kids who have dreamt of owning their very own in-built ball pool have had their prayers answered.

Filling an indoor swimming pool is just not fun enough for the owners of a Plymouth property selling their quirky home for £240,000.

Future buyers need never take their kids to a soft play centre again as the ultimate ball pit is under the same roof as their kitchen, living room and three bedrooms, Plymouth Live reports.

On their listing for the quirky bungalow, estate agents, Fox and Sons say: "WELCOME TO THE HOUSE OF FUN! We would like to present to you this one of a kind three-bedroom home that is guaranteed to be a hit with the whole family.

"From the modern kitchen to the children's ball pool this home caters the whole family needs. This property is not one to be missed!!!!!"

Bungalow with a ballpit
The modest-looking bungalow keeps its fun surprise well hidden

The rest of the place doesn't disappoint either. The living room has a beautiful cream spiral staircase, a quaint feature fireplace and double glazed French doors opening into the conservatory.

There's an Instagram-able kitchen with pale grey work surfaces and a stunning breakfast bar too.

The unsuspecting home is far from the only house to have gone on sale with one or two bizarre features to offer.

House with a bowling alley
A bowling alley was fitted into a former Victorian Turkish bath house

A former Turkish bathhouse in St Leonards-On-Sea, East Sussex raised eyebrows last year when it went on sale for £1.5million.

Built in 1871, the property underwent several iterations, including a school swimming house and a glass factory, Zoopla said.

Fun though was clearly at the forefront of its most recent renovation.

Decorated with traditional signage, the funfair-styled four-bedroom home was pictured with one particularly exciting attraction, a full-sized ten pin bowling lane.