A grade II listed manor in Barrow is available on the market and represents one of the most expensive properties in the area.

Having an asking price of £700,000, Millwood Manor on Millwood Lane comes with approximately 6,500 square feet of space.

This includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a drawing room, a sitting room, a dining room and a kitchen, with the property still boasting much of its original design.

The estate agents, Finest Properties, said: "The historic property forms a substantial wing of Millwood which was constructed around 1860 with later alterations and extensions in High Victorian Gothic style.

"Formerly a private residence, Millwood Manor is currently configured as a successful holiday let - interested parties may wish to secure a business opportunity, or may prefer to create a wonderful and characterful private home."

The accommodation is laid out over three floors, with the ground level boasting the entrance hall, the three reception rooms and kitchen.

"The historic nature of Millwood Manor is on full display, with decorative floor tiling, a marble pillar dividing two elegant arches and stunning stained glass bringing light through a soaring window above the half landing. 

"Every room has a high ceiling and there are delightful touches such as bay windows, window seats, decorative coving and cornicing, along with feature fireplaces."

Millwood Manor is nestled in extensive gardens including 'sweeping lawns, a magical terraced patio and areas of mature woodland'.

If the property was to be used as the perfect holiday location, then it's spot less than a mile away from Dalton station will suit visitors to the area.

If the new owners wish to use it to bring up a family in a historic setting, then there are two schools within a mile of the property.

You can view the full listing and find out how to go about submitting an offer here.