The most expensive houses in Barrow, Ulverston, Dalton and Millom have been revealed by property sites Zoopla and Rightmove - and you are going to have to have some money in the bank to be able to afford them.

Taken together, the total sum for these properties comes to nearly £2.5 million.

Situated on the outskirts of Barrow is a four bedroom house in Hawthwaite Lane, which is on the market for £800,000 with estate agent Corrie & Co.

It features four reception rooms and three bathrooms as well five fields and horse stables.

The priciest property on the market in Dalton is on sale for £415,000.

Greenbank Cottage at Highfield is described as a ‘beautiful quirky detached cottage situated in a picturesque countryside location and within a short distance from Dalton’.

The detached property features four bedrooms, three reception rooms and two bathrooms.

A home near Ulverston is the most expensive on the market in Furness.

The four-bed detached barn conversion is for sale for £875,000.

The property, at Eller Riggs Brow, north of the town, also features four bathrooms and a holiday cottage.

It comes with seven acres of land in total.

It was transformed from a disused barn by Loretta and Keith Blackburn.

In the town of Millom, a newly-built four bed house is the most expensive on the market.

Described as a ‘beautifully developed substantial family home designed with the modern family in mind’ the house in Bay View is listed for £335,000.

It has four bedrooms.