A FORMER vicarage could be yours for £2,250,000.

The Old Vicarage, in Bywell, is a stone-built property with almost 4,700 sq. ft. of accommodation arranged over four floors.

The Grade II listed property has been modernised but retains many of its character features including sash, mullioned and casement windows and carved stone fireplaces.

The property has five bedrooms, four reception rooms, and three bathrooms, along with a large wine cellar.

It has traditional outbuildings and formal and informal gardens.

According to estate agent Galbraith, the vicarage was occupied by Mathew Owen in 1698, the parson of St Andrew’s Church at that time, and an inscription above the front door bears his name with that date.

There is also a memorial stone dedicated to Mathew in the church.

For more details, contact the agent Galbraith on 01434 410037 or view the full listing here.