Liverpool's leafy southern suburb of Woolton is full of historic properties - and this family home is no exception.
Situation on Woolton Park, just across the road from Reynolds Park, this property is set in a quiet enclave of the city.
With only a handful of neighbouring properties, this four-bedroom home offers a secluded and tranquil escape from the outside world.
And it's been around for a very long time - built between 1840 and 1850, with a host of charming original features.
Looking at it from the outside, this property looks totally traditional with its old stone walls and quaint cottage feel.
From the charming porch at the front entrance to the sunken garden accessed through an old stone archway, you can practically feel the history of this property.
But stepping inside, the interior design scheme could not be more modern - and it's a world away from the historic exterior of this family home.
On the market with Abode's Allerton office, this L25 property is priced at a whopping £875,000.
It's no secret that homes in Woolton come at a premium, and you'll certainly need deep pockets if you want to call this sought-after suburb 'home'.
But the hefty price tag is also down to the painstaking renovation work that's gone into transforming this old fashioned cottage into a modern home.
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Photos uploaded to Zoopla offer a glimpse at the inside of 'Tower Cottage', which is a Grade II listed building.
Built in the mid-19th century, it has been fully renovated to give a contemporary design scheme, with some stunning original features maintained.
Spread over four floors, the bespoke designed property has four double bedrooms and an open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge area.
An online listing uploaded to Zoopla says: "From the entrance hall then on wards to the 'L' shaped lounge opening to sitting rooms, all with views over the landscaped gardens, boot room/utility room and ground floor WC.
"To the basement there is an amazing open plan bespoke designed kitchen/dining room and lounge area.
"The kitchen which marries the contemporary to the old includes marble worktops, breakfast bar, stunning wall and base units and an Aga cooker is also in position."
It continues: "On the first floor there are three double bedrooms plus an en suite and a luxurious bathroom incorporating a Victorian roll top bath plus walk in shower.
"The second floor showcases the large master bedroom with dressing area and a modern en suite.
"Outside are beautiful landscaped gardens to front and rear with patio areas, trees and shrubs, all surrounded by sandstone walls. There is the addition of a good size garage.
"Being sold with no chain an internal inspection is a must to appreciate the quality of finish to this amazing home."
Set behind an old stone wall, the property is approached by a main gate which opens onto a short path leading up to the entrance porch.
An ornate lamp in the porch hangs over an intricate design of Victorian inspired tiles, offering a nod to the property's historic status.
Inside, spacious living areas come complete with fireplaces, chandeliers and views out over the unique sunken garden.
An open plan kitchen and dining area centres around a huge island, with a black Aga for cooking family feasts.
Perhaps one of the most impressive areas of this substantial family home is the master suite, laid out across the top floor with a dressing room and skylights offering natural light.
This property was listed for sale on Monday, March 23 and was last sold in 2018 when it fetched a much more modest £275,000.