AN EIGHT-BEDROOM Grade I listed property could be yours for just under £4million.

Milbourne Hall, which is constructed of Belsay Stone and has origins believed to date back to 1807, has just been listed for sale by Strutt & Parker for £3,950,000.

Scottish architect John Paterson designed the house for Ralph Bates, High Sheriff of Northumberland in 1812.

The grand house at Milbourne, near Ponteland, showcases many character features including a central rotunda topped by a dome, sash windows with their original shutters, curved doors, and period fireplaces.

And if you would like the opportunity of a genrous rental income, the property, arranged around an octagonal courtyard, has a four-bedroom guest apartment and three self-contained carriage houses.

The agent said the hall is given an entry is Pevsner’s The Buildings of England where he describes the plan as ‘…ingeniously worked out so that nearly every room inside is oval’.

The gardens and grounds amount to around 24 acres.

For more information, visit or contact the agent Strutt & Parker on 01670 208872.