T his amazing house in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, has a little secret of its own. The owner of the house is the famous artist Antony Dracup, who recently excavated a part of his house at it's back. Now the house has a secret cave and vaulted ceiling, and has been put up for sale for 200,000. Have a look at the interiors of the house and I am sure it will win your heart. It could be yours, btw!Images via DailyMail
The house was owned by the eccentric artist Antony Dracup.
The interiors comprise gothic huge gothic gateways and vaulted ceilings.
In 1990's, artist Antony Dacup himself excavated the house.
As you can see here in this picture, the cave extends behind the main house and is greater in size.
The cave cannot be detected by any of the neighbours. Such is its location.
The cave extends quite behind the boundaries of the house.
The skylight enters the cave through these glass roofs. Antony worked very hard to change this cave into a house.
The house and the cave has been furnished with wood work that makes it very cozy to live in.
There is also an attick that can be accessed by wooden stairs by the future buyers.
The space provided by the cave can be excellent for hosting parties and entertaining guests.
The artist also created these fixtures on his own to decorate the cave.
Mr. Dacup also covered the top of the cave with a vertical garden terrace filled with his fixtures.
There is also a well equiped gallery kitchen that leads out to the cave.
Mr. Dacup excavated the cave himself over a period of time and used the excavated sand to build fixtures and columns.