Take a look around Sunderland's most expensive house on the market once owned by Lord Lambton
It offers six bedrooms, its own stables and a story which dates back to the 1800s – and it could be yours for £1.2 million.
Flinton Hill Farmhouse, off Chester Road, near Penshaw, is on the market, offering buyers a “unique opportunity for buyers seeking a stunning period house” which offers views, land and gardens covering 12.5 acres.
It offers an “excellent income” through the 17 DIY livery stables, with the particulars adding they would “equally suit those buyers wishing to have this space for private use only, or development into residential building plots – subject to planning.”
The detached freehold property has been a family home for 44 years, but is now set for new owners.
Sanderson Young, which is marketing the three-storey property, says: “This former Farm Manager's home was once part of the Lambton Estate and the current owners are the first and only private owners since Lord Lambton owned it - the site is believed to have been established since the early 1800s.”
It also says the house has a “generous driveway and double garage and garden storage - all within a short drive to Newcastle and Durham and close to the A19 and A1 for easy commuting throughout the region.”
Look click through the images to find out more about this spectacular home.