This unique property of the week sees a modern theme clash with the eccentricity of neon lights and foliage that hangs from ceilings.

Arguably the showstopper of this Weymouth property is in fact the games room, it brings together a whole host of weird and wonderful features all centred around a pool table in the middle of the room, which sits on top of a zebra skin rug.

Tucked away behind the staggered wood panelling wall is an impressive home bar and accentuating the walls are models of giraffe, ostrich, tiger, and zebra heads.

Dorset Echo: The barThe bar (Image: Wilson Tominey)

Hanging from the ceiling is an abundance of foliage, bringing the room plenty of character and a particular distinctiveness.

The games room is one of two recreational outbuildings which have been used for Airbnb purposes in the past.

Stepping inside the main property, the kitchen has plenty of modern tones running through it, which are accentuated by some very bold and bright neon lights.

Dorset Echo: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Wilson Tominey)

Moving into the sitting room, a contemporary style wood burner promises plenty of warmth during the colder months and sits opposite an impressive media unit which has been built around the family TV

Dorset Echo: The sitting roomThe sitting room (Image: Wilson Tominey)

Another unusual feature of this Weymouth home is the garden which is set out across three levels with a section of grass sandwiched between two patio areas which are all connected by concrete stairs.

Dorset Echo: The gardenThe garden (Image: Wilson Tominey)

As you ascend a staircase enclosed by glass panels to the upstairs bedrooms, a magnificent and modern pendant chandelier greets you.

Dorset Echo: UpstairsUpstairs (Image: Wilson Tominey)

The property’s balcony also offers distant views reaching over Weymouth Bay and the Portland coastline.

Dorset Echo: The balconyThe balcony (Image: Wilson Tominey)

The home is situated on Brunel Drive in Weymouth and has an impressive four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Dorset Echo: The front of the houseThe front of the house (Image: Wilson Tominey)