A STUNNING Victorian School House with original period features is on the market in Stretton – giving buyers the chance to own a piece of Warrington’s history.

The five-bedroom house was listed on Rightmove on Monday, May 13 by Ashtons Estate Agency for £860,000.

Built in 1838, the house was originally used as the Headmaster’s House, adjacent to the Old School.

The house is currently being run by a husband and wife as a bed and breakfast called The Old School House, with each room being named after a subject including English and Maths.

Warrington Guardian: The dining room features a fireplaceThe dining room features a fireplace (Image: Rightmove)

Featuring two entrance halls, a utility room and a conservatory, the picturesque, detached property is 2,260 square feet.

The living room, which was originally the headmaster’s office, features an open wood or coal burning fire.

The garden envelopes the property and features a wooden gazebo with a swing and a pond.

The property also has off road parking with enough space for multiple vehicles.

Warrington Guardian: The property is enveloped by garden space and is in the heart of StrettonThe property is enveloped by garden space and is in the heart of Stretton (Image: Rightmove)

Surrounded by idyllic scenery, the property sits in the heart of Stretton and is close to Stockton Heath.

The property is on sale for residential use, but those interested in exploring the house’s commercial use as a bed and breakfast can also inquire with the Ashtons Estate Agency.

For more information call 453400 or view the listing on Rightmove here.