Tucked away in a country lane, this stunning Cheshire mansion is one of the region's most expensive houses
This stunning Georgian mansion is the most expensive property on sale in the North West - and it's the stuff of lottery winners' dreams.
Described by Historic England as of 'national importance', Cogshall Hall estate in Cheshire could be yours for a mere £12.5 million.
This, according to property website Rightmove, means it is currently the most expensive property on the market in the region and on a par with London prices.
You'll need to be very wealthy indeed to be able to afford it and pay for the upkeep of the vast estate.
The Comberbach mansion has between five and 13 bedrooms depending if the estate is sold in two lots or sold as one.
It has been on the market for around 10 months, since September 2019.
Located on a country lane on the edge of a pretty village, it's surrounded by lush green countryside and set back from the road via a long drive.
And it's not just any old mansion house. The only clue about the scale of the property is the unusual abstract metal gates that front it, which are reminiscent of tree branches.
The Grade II-listed country house was built in 1830 for wealthy landowner Peter Jackson. It is constructed from Flemish bond brick with Derbyshire gritstone dressings and stone column porticos. A rear wing was added in the 20th century.
The distinctive mansion entrance has five bays and an Ionic portico, with a similar smaller portico tucked away to the side.
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