A 'VERY impressive' country house boasting a tennis court and an indoor swimming pool has been put up for sale.

On the outskirts of Knutsford, the five-bedroom property sits within around 12 acres of 'stunning' gardens, grounds, and woodland. 

The house, off Seven Sisters Lane in Toft, includes more than 12,000sqft of accommodation, while the grounds also feature a picturesque lake.

Moss Bank Farm is being marketed at £4.295 million by estate agents Stuart Rushton & Co.

A property listing on Rightmove reads: "Moss Bank Farm is a very impressive house located in a rural yet very convenient location on the outskirts of Knutsford, positioned at the end of a long and very private tree lined driveway.

The poolThe pool (Image: Stuart Rushton & Co)

"The views over the rear, south facing grounds are simply stunning.

"The house boasts many lovely features, including an expansive internal layout that works incredibly well for the family, with five ground floor reception rooms, and a large indoor leisure suite with lounge/kitchen area, gym, changing and treatment rooms.

The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Stuart Rushton & Co)

"There is also a superb first-floor games room with bar and full-size snooker table.

"The main bedroom suite has a wonderful view over the gardens and lake and boasts a bathroom and dressing room, and the remaining four bedrooms are all en suite, two having dressing rooms.

The courtyardThe courtyard (Image: Stuart Rushton & Co)

"The grounds are wonderful, approached from Seven Sisters Lane along a tree-lined driveway which opens via secure gates into a lovely Spanish-style courtyard and garage forecourt.

"An extension of the driveway leads to the rear of the house and opens to a substantial additional parking area, ideal for larger vehicles perhaps.

"Expansive lawns lead from the house to the lake and tennis court, there are stocked traditional borders and several wooded copses, and a larger area of woodland with a meandering path sits beyond the lake."

One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: Stuart Rushton & Co)