A £1.95m home has come on the market in Formby – and it's got an adventure playground tucked away in the back garden.
This sprawling six-bedroom home is one of the most expensive properties currently on the market in Merseyside.
With a price tag coming in just shy of £2m, this property is well beyond the budget of most house hunters – but that shouldn't stop a bit of day dreaming.
Located on Larkhill Lane, this property has the benefit of backing out onto a National Trust reserve.
With Formby's National Trust site basically in the back garden, you couldn't really ask for a better (or more peaceful) location than this.
On the market with Entwistle Green's Formby office, photos uploaded to RightMove offer a glimpse inside this luxury family home.
Described by the estate agents as an "exclusive" detached home, the property has six bedrooms and five bathrooms.
There's also an open plan kitchen, cinema room, games room and play room – which go some way towards justifying the eye-watering price tag.
Approached through a secure private entrance, the property is set back from the road behind a set of electric gates.
Stepping inside through the big white double doors, the property opens out onto an entrance hall with a galleried staircase and landing.
The huge open plan kitchen is part of a living space incorporating the dining room, snug and 'orangery', offering plenty of space.
Unlike your average property listing, this family home also has its own cinema room and games room on the ground floor, along with an office and cloakroom.
Headline upstairs, there are four bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, with the other two bedrooms on the second floor.
The government has urged people not to move house to try to limit the spread of coronavirus across the UK.
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Among the high-end features of this property are a security system complete with CCTV and alarms, as well as hard wiring for all speakers and technology throughout the house.
But the most impressive feature of this plush pad is probably outside in the back garden.
Pictures taken from the balcony on the first floor and uploaded to RightMove show a kids' adventure playground, complete with a slide, swings, picnic table and sunken trampoline.
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There's even planning permission for a swimming pool, if a prospective buyer wanted to add yet another luxury feature to this pricey pad.
Uploaded to RightMove on March 25, market data for the area shows other properties on Larkhill Lane sold for prices as high as £1.5m and a whopping £2.15m.