THESE detached, period property homes around Northumberland are on the housing market for millions of pounds, and range from modern constructions to Grade II listed castles.

1. Milbourne Hall, £3,950,000

At the top of our list is the eight bedroom, four bathroom Milbourne Hall, a Grade I listed property which sits in approximately 24 acres of land.

There is an integrated four bedroom guest apartment and three separate Carriage house apartments with bedrooms and bathrooms.

The Hall is believed to date back to around 1807, exhibiting many architectural features synonymous with the Victorian period.

The grounds contain a secluded walled garden, a freshwater pond which is habited by wild birds at dusk, and paved terracing for outdoor dining or summer cocktails.

2. Tranwell Woods, Morpeth, £3,500,000

This six bedroom, six bathroom detached home offers a more contemporary lifestyle, having been constructed in 2009.

The cinema room, games room, and swimming pool, along with the sauna, steam room, and jacuzzi, make this impressive stately home both a sanctuary and a place of entertainment.

No expense was spared on security. The property is secured with electric gates, and a full CCTV security system.

The open plan kitchen, dining, and family room face the rear of the house and is south facing, meaning you get extended natural light through the summer months, ideal for making this space the heart of the home.

3. Otterburn Castle, £3,000,000

The Grade II listed castle dates back as far as the 11th century, with no less than 17 ensuite bedrooms, a drawing room, and its own bar.

Across 32 acres of land, there is more than three miles of fishing waters the Castle owns the rights to, and sits on the edge of Northumberland National Park.

Despite its ancient history, the Castle has been modernised and upgraded to fit modern needs, but still retains features such as intricately carved fireplaces, ceiling mouldings, and dark wood interiors.

The large, fully equipped professional kitchen has served the Castle during its time as a hotel, but could accommodate any number of guests.

4. Thornbrae, Alnmouth Road, Alnwick, £2,100,000

Thornbrae is a four bedroom detached house and sits close to the middle of Alnwick town. Four additional luxury holiday homes are also included on the property grounds, which makes it a potential investment opportunity if these were rented out.

Thornbrae has kept many of its period features, including the original tiled floor, decorative ceiling coving, roses and oak architraves.

The windows are all double glazed and there is underfloor heating in the ensuite shower rooms.

The triple garage has electric doors, power, and heating, and the stone flagged courtyard leads to a covered decking area, complete with jacuzzi.

5. The Old Vicarage, Bywell, Stocksfield, £2,000,000

This detached property boasts five bedrooms, four reception rooms, a wine cellar, three bathrooms, and three garages.

The property is listed as Grade II, and has been inhabited since at least the mid-1600s.

A welcoming entrance hall beckons you into the spacious drawing and sitting room, and an orangery-style conservatory with French doors lead to the garden.

The Vicarage spans over four floors, with over 4,000 sq. ft. of light-filled space.