Incredible £5MILLION luxury mansion hides a stunning James Bond-style secret worth £500k beneath its floor

Incredible £5MILLION luxury mansion hides a stunning James Bond-style secret worth £500k beneath its floor

A STUNNING luxury mansion with a £5million price tag hides a surprising James Bond-style secret worth £500,000 – beneath the ground.

The impressive five-bedroom home on the waterfront in one of Sydney’s most lavish suburbs features a “mesmerising” 25m tunnel that took miners six months to carve out. The stunning property in Sydney, Australia, is set to sell for more than £5million. It hides an underground tunnel that features a gym. Despite living in the house for more than 40 years, owners Robert and Wendy Procter decided to fork out more than £500,000 four years ago for the impressive feature.

The tunnel – accessed through the double garage – boasts its own underground gym and a lift bringing them to both levels of the home, which itself includes a heated pool and glorious views taking in the Opera House and city skyline.

And it’s been hailed a “game-changer” by the couple – who have put the grand mansion on the market for an eye-watering £5million, having paid just £151,000 when they bought the home more than four decades ago.

Jacqui Rowland-Smith, of Di Jones Mosman estate agent, says the tunnel has been leaving potential buyers open-mouthed.

“It’s very James Bond and high-tech,” she told .

“You come out of the garage and walk into the tunnel, the lights come on and there’s music. It’s mesmerising.”

The Procters hired several miners from Lightning Ridge to create the tunnel, with the workers moving in with the pair for the lengthy project.

But as if the tunnel isn’t enough of a wow factor, the property also features a main suite with its own sun-drenched balcony and ensuite, plus three additional bathrooms. And there’s plenty of opportunity to enjoy the glorious weather, as the huge kitchen leads to a garden with a barbecue and entertainment area – as well as a heated pool and spa, sundeck and pond water feature.

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