ONE of East Lancashire’s most expensive properties is on the market and at a price of offers over £2.5m, it is well-worth the asking price.

This incredible five bedroom modern detached luxurious house is great for a family and looks futuristic in its architectural design.

But what is better is that there is a two-bedroom self-contained annexe.

A heated indoor swimming pool, home cinema and treatment room are just some of the added extras you can expect from this unique property in Reeds Holme, Rossendale.

Kensmead is on the market with Fine and Country Rossendale and North Manchester With the Loft (annexe) it is a really contemporary home and is a modern masterpiece.

One of its standout features, it has a secure showroom-standard garage space for over 20 vehicles, with covered parking for five more cars.

This home should be music to your ears especially with the entertainment gallery and music room, a home office and gym.

From the moment you enter the property’s electric gated entrance, it is immediately evident that that you are in for something truly special.

Lots of glazing makes it a haven for natural light while the kitchen has all the mod-cons you would expect and you may feel like you are in a chef’s space.

Each of the bedrooms has en-suite facilities but the massive master suite has the benefit of a fitted dressing room.

The separate Loft is a wonderful addition, comprehensive and spacious in its own right and with a floor area of almost 1,500sqft.

It has two bedrooms, self-contained accommodation which includes a superb kitchen, vaulted reception room, an en-suite and a main bathroom, all brought together by a connecting conservatory and dining space.

Amounting to almost 13,000 sq ft in all, Kensmead and The Loft are truly unique and certainly one of Rossendale’s, if not East Lancashire’s, most prestigious homes.

Outside there are some exceptional grounds with patio, lawns and mature landscaped garden with a koi pond in the courtyard.

Photographs give you an impression of this top-class house but viewing would be great to appreciate it in all its grandeur.