While tennis courts and in-ground swimming pools are all luxury items in homes these days, it's the quirk factor that is setting some homes apart.
Bowling alleys, skate parks, and a converted snake room are just some out-of-the-ordinary features that local agents have come across.
PRD Nationwide Wagga real estate agent Ryan Smith is about to list a "standout" home on the market.
The two-acreage property is situated on Kooringal Road, Lake Albert, and features a skate park, bowling alley and a rooftop fountain that falls into the pool.
"These don't come up too often at all, most people who build them tend to live in them for quite a while, so it's pretty exciting to bring one to the market finally," Mr Smith said.
"The ideal buyer is probably a young family, it's set up fully for a family, brilliant entertaining, you don't have to leave and the location is unreal because you're still so close for what you can get for two-and-a-half acres."
This resort-like home was built about 40 years ago, with the current owners living there for 13 years and there is no price.
Remax Elite agent Kelly Lane sold a Kooringal property, on Bellevue Parade, in early March for just over $1 million.
"It was one of the most unique properties, with a squash court and a swimming pool which was triple the size of most," she said.
"In terms of Bellevue, it was the absolute wow factor property that still retained its exposed brick."
Property valuer Chris Egan said over his time valuing properties in both Wagga and Sydney he has come across some quirkiness.
"I went into a bedroom once in a property on Tarcutta Street and it had been converted into a snake and goanna room," he said.
"Some of the houses I valued for in Sydney had basements that were cut into the sandstone and featured convict cells and this was at the Vauclause House.
"Another interesting or quirky feature was that there were secret panels between the main bedrooms and servant quarters.
"These mirrored walls slid back to allow occupants of the main bedroom to leave without being disturbed or seen," he said.