Martin Roberts noticed something unusual during Homes Under the Hammer as he pointed out an unusual feature in a flat.
The 57-year-old property expert was perplexed something 'weird' situated in the home's living room as he began analysing the property.
He noticed the flat on offer had kitchen units in several different rooms.
As he walked through the flat, Martin abruptly stopped and exclaimed: "That's a bit weird."
Martin had noticed that the bedroom and living room both had kitchen units built into them.
He said: "My guess is that was originally the kitchen and it’s been basically taken out to create a third bedroom.
Explaining the reason behind the extra kitchen units, Martin added: "Now, in London, that probably makes sense, a three-bedroom flat is going to be worth more than a two-bed.
"On the other hand, is that good for that living area? I'm not so sure."
Aside from the baffling extra kitchen features of the flat, it was Martin's home that was scrutinised recently by viewers.
The star's living space was seen during his weekly YouTube show, In Property Clinic, which sees Martin give viewers tips on how to improve their homes.
Fans were distracted as they pointed out the mess in the background of Martin's online video.
Addressing the comments about his living area, Martin said: "I came into my room, which by the way, someone has complained about being too messy.
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"Well, you know what? This is my messy room."
He added: "I've got other rooms which are not messy, but this one is messy. So if you don't like it then…"
Martin was then was seen blowing a raspberry to the camera before he said: "Is this even a messy room? It's a working video production room, you know, that's what it is".
Homes Under the Hammer airs weekdays at 10am on BBC One.
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