An incredible three bedroom home is up for sale - and it comes with an extra special feature.

The semi-detached terraced home nestled in the attractive village of Terrington St Clement, Norfolk is on the market  with Rightmove for a respectable £240,000.

But it's the special feature inside that really sets it apart from all other properties.

The stunning former village hall includes a converted skate park that is fully functional, with a 13ft vertical wall and three 4ft quarter pipes.

The incredible property featured on hit Netflix show ‘Amazing Interiors’ which saw the owner welcome cameras into his home.

Not your usual home interior!

The skating bowl was installed over 30 years ago by businessman Rob Marsden, after he purchased the empty home.

In 2016, the keen skater talked to Sidewalk about the incredible property:

He said: "I was looking for a first house about fifteen years ago and it was either this or a terraced place on the same sort of budget, because this had been abandoned for years.

"I put the bid in, they rang me a few weeks later and the job was done.

Rob built the skatepark himself

"When I first moved in it didn’t have a bedroom or bathroom or anything, it had been a youth club when it was last open before I moved in.

"I had to build everything from scratch pretty much and I’m a mechanic, not a carpenter…hence why the bowl has a few unique features!"

The Rightmove description states: "An external side door leads out onto the parking area with a further internal door leading you into the wow factor room... the skate bowl, uniquely designed and built by the current owner, complete with 13' vert wall, mini skate park and three 4' quarter pipes.

"The original wooden flooring is still completely intact beneath the skate park structures."

The property is tastefully decorated

Throughout the property, there are nods to Rob's fondness for skating, including a bedroom with a window overlooking the parInside incredible converted railway station home on sale with courtyard on platform.

And obviously there's a bench in the garden which looks like a skateboard.

Speaking to the Sun, Rob, 45, said he decided to sell the house after suffering a back injury.

He added: "I never thought I would leave this place but I found a place out in the country that I have bought."

Now the incredible home is on the market and includes three bedrooms and a private courtyard garden.

The 19th Century property previously served as a military club during the two World Wars.

Since being shared on Twitter, the house has gone viral as people appreciate its unique features.

One woman tweeted: "I was just not prepared for what is inside this house."

Another person joked: Hey @tonyhawk if you ever need a holiday home in beautiful Norfolk this is it. Close to Norwich International Airport as well!"

A third person added: "This is the only house I ever want to live in."

The property, which is on sale with Attik Estate Agents, is available here.