Its a property which may just be slightly too 'cluttered for most house-hunters, and would need more than a little bit of a clean-out. The three-bedroom semi-detached property which has just gone on the market in Kew, West London, is filled to bursting point with hanging bicycles, books and ornaments. Every room of the 'Aladdins Cave style home is crammed with knick knacks and oddities - including a rickshaw, a giant whale bone and a penny farthing hanging from a wall. The owner of the 'Kew Curiosity Cabinet, Mike Wilsdon, has been hoarding objects in the house for over half a century but has now decided to hand over the reins to someone new. The asking price for the house and its entire contents, which is being sold through local estate agents Foxtons, is 949,949. Mr Wilsdon, 67, said: 'I would be over the moon if someone were to buy it as a whole museum. 'What Id really like to do is sell the museum to someone who wants to operate it and Id come up and give a lecture every once in a while as Id still like to be involved with the project. It has been the most important thing in my life. Agents Foxtons said: 'The building is currently arranged as a small museum based upon a unique similarity arrangement of objects from the natural and man-made worlds. Ideally the property can be purchased including the entire contents with stock at valuation. Former ship designer Mr Wilsdon said he became fascinated with how people interpret objects aged four, after discovering an abandoned early example of a pram chassis. There is a method to his madness, however, as ornaments and oddities in his house are arranged 'according to similarities. MO