An enormous 27-bedroom Neston mansion steeped in history is on sale - and it could be yours for £1.8m.
Once owned by the family of former Prime Minister William Gladstone, Burton Manor has found its way on to property site Rightmove.
For 60 years the sandstone manor house and its grounds were used as a residential adult education centre, but it has been disused since 2011.
Dedicated community group the Friends of Burton Manor Gardens work to preserve the grounds so they can be enjoyed by the public.
A buyer is still being sought to help return it to its former glory.
Liverpool City Council were accused of an 'outrageous' decision not to sell the property to the University of Chester in 2013.
Built in 1805, Burton Manor was eventually remodelled for Gladstone's third son Henry in 1906 and remained in the family for about 20 years.
It became a college in 1948 and ran day and weekend residential courses until its closure in 2011.
The Friends of Burton Manor Gardens have more than 300 members and receive heritage lottery funding to help with their conservation work.
A statement on the Friends' website said: "We are hopeful that a buyer can be found who is sympathetic to the wishes of the local community and that at least some of the beautiful grounds can remain accessible to the public."
The Grade II-listed house, which also has its own orangery, has been put on the market via estate agents Strutt and Parker.
Anyone who can stump up the £1.8m would take over the huge property with its raft of bedrooms, billiards room, library and music room.
The guide price would also include Newton House which stands in front of the main manor.
Here you will find a further eight self-contained suites and a caretaker's cottage.
And that is not it. Also on the grounds is the 24-bedroom Behrend House, which was used for student accommodation.
Other listed buildings on the grounds include the orangery, the former coach house, front boundary wall and the underground ice house, which was carefully renovated in 2011.