FEAST your eyes on Cheshire’s most expensive property currently on the market.

It might not be in the so-called ‘Golden Triangle’ between Knutsford and Wilmslow, but this Northwich home is nestled in some of the most stunning surroundings the county has to offer.

The 68-acre estate, in Antrobus, features a Grade II listed country house with four reception rooms, five bedrooms and a leisure suite with an indoor swimming pool and bar.

And if the main hall isn’t enough for you – even with its gymnasium, snooker room and vaulted wine cellar – then it comes with two more residential properties, office and party suites, stables and a walled garden featuring a lake, woodland and farmland.

Crispin Harris, of estate agent Jackson-Stops and Staff, told the Guardian: “The property is price on application, so that’s the only comment we can make on the value.

“But it is undoubtedly one of the finest homes in the north of England, and certainly one of the primary homes on the market.”

Regarding the house’s value, property website Rightmove places it above a home near Huddersfield, which is worth £15 million.

The property was built in 1830 and features the best of Georgian architecture, with symmetrical proportions and an exceptional ceiling height.

The current owners have restored the property to its former glory, with period features in the interior sitting alongside the best in modern technology.

A second building which comes with the property is also Grade II listed and comes with three bedrooms and three reception rooms, while a three-bedroom cottage is also on the estate.