WARRINGTON is home to some truly luxurious properties- but not all of them can compare to this mansion on Broseley Lane, Kenyon.

The nine bedroom home is on the market for an eye-watering £1,750,000- but once you take a look inside, it’s clear to see why the house is so expensive.

While it could be a family home it is also a great investment property that would work well as a spa or hotel.

Warrington Guardian: Outside the property (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)Outside the property (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)

The detached period property dates back to 1906 and it has still retained many of its traditional features, such as high ceilings and original fireplaces.

When you step through the grand doorway, you are met with a large and beautifully designed hallway.

Warrington Guardian: The grand hallway (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)The grand hallway (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)

The hall has a feature stained glass window and a carved wood staircase.

Take a right and you will find yourself in the family room, with a large window and plenty of space for all of the family- it’s easy to imagine yourself relaxing in here.

Warrington Guardian: The Family Room (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)The Family Room (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)

If one living room isn’t enough, this property also has ‘The Blue Room’ which is described as an “entertaining lounge”; it has an inglenook fireplace and also boasts a Tarrant window.

Warrington Guardian: The Blue Room (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)The Blue Room (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)

Upstairs you will find nine bedrooms; the master bedroom boasts views of the golf course and also has access to an en-suite.

Warrington Guardian: A bedroom in the property (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)A bedroom in the property (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)

The real focal point of the property exists outside where the “vast” lawn wraps around the entire property

The front garden has been “tenderly” landscaped and even has a feature brick built gazebo, ideal for alfresco barbeques.

Warrington Guardian: The garden has a greenhouse and a gazebo (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)The garden has a greenhouse and a gazebo (Photo: Zoopla, Miller Metcalfe)

There is also a green house in the gardens, as well as a coach house which could easily be converted into additional living accommodation.

If you think this property is pricey, it's actually a steal when you compare the listed price from 2018.

Two years ago, the property was put on the market for £2,150,000- this price has since dropped by £400,000.

View more about this property on Zoopla.

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