A 19th century grade II listed hall in North Cumbria is on the market for offers in the region of £3.25 million.

Calthwaite Hall, between Penrith and Carlisle, is being sold by H&H King.

Set in nine acres of grounds, it has 11 bedrooms, five reception rooms, six bathrooms, two kitchens, and a cellar equipped with a wine store, larder, scullery and game preparation room.

It also has an outdoor swimming pool and a self-contained holiday lodge park of six two-bed lodges, and three fully equipped luxury pods, plus a converted outbuilding rental cottage, the Old Carriage House.

Also in the grounds is Wells Cottage, which has full planning consent in place for conversion.

The remainder of the grounds are divided into grazing paddocks, which offers the potential to run a horse livery business for nine, with a floodlit riding ménage and stables.

An additional 3.3 acres of paddocks are available by separate negotiation.

Andrew Low, branch manager at H&H King’s Penrith office, said: “Calthwaite Hall really is striking for its impeccable upkeep and substantial residential quarters.

"An impressive residence within close distance to the Lake District National Park, it is an attractive location for weddings and luxury countryside escapes.

"The main hall could be used as full-time visitor accommodation with space for up to 17 sleeping guests, while the east wing could provide a self-contained owner’s accommodation."