A seven-bedroom house has just gone on the property market for an eye-watering £1.7million.
The home is set on an "amazing" piece of land which also includes four bathrooms, a swimming pool and outdoor changing rooms.
It is surrounded by "ornate grounds" with a glorious decking area and hot tub too, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Other features in the seven-bedroom "Oak House" on Merrilocks Road in Merseyside is a 19ft garage.
The home is also within a short distance form Crosby beach and the village where there are shops, bars and restaurants.
It is currently on the market for £1,695,000 with incredible character both inside and outside.
Images on Rightmove show that guests are welcomed into the home by a grand hallway with light hardwood flooring.
The dark panelled hallway is brightened up by the front windows and high white ceilings.
There's also a living room, dining area, large family space, kitchen and breakfast seating too.
On the ground floor, you can find three toilets there as well.
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Meanwhile in the main bedroom, there are triple aspect windows overlooking the front of the home and garden.
The second floor is being used as a gym and lounge area with two further bedrooms.
Homes in this location are known for being priced above average in Merseyside and this property is no different.
Listed with Entwistle Green, the house is up for £1,695,000.
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According to Rightmove, the majority of the sales in the area sell for an average price of £203,050.
The listing reads: "Seldom do properties of this magnitude come to the market.
"Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this amazing property. The property is full of character and prestige.
"A truly rare opportunity to purchase one of Liverpool's most prestigious seaside properties."
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