A STUNNING Georgian home is on the East Lancashire property market – and it truly looks like it was taken from a Jane Austen novel.

Whins House is located in the Sabden area of Ribble Valley and the impressive Grade II listed build dates back to 1798.

Currently, it is one of the most expensive homes for sale in Lancashire and is on the market for £3.6 million; it is being sold by MSW Hewetsons estate agency.

Lancashire Telegraph: Whins House in Sabden. (Photo: Property Lens)Whins House in Sabden. (Photo: Property Lens)

With its elegant appearance and character features, it’s easy to see this property appearing in Pride and Prejudice, Emma, or another classic novel from, Jane Austen, who lived throughout the Georgian era.

Original and character features include traditional carved stone fireplaces, panelled walls, wood floors, ceiling roses, sash windows and window shutters.

Lancashire Telegraph: The dining room. (Photo: Property Lens)The dining room. (Photo: Property Lens)

 The accommodation is well laid out with the principal reception rooms leading from the reception hall and comprising the drawing room, study, sitting room and dining room.

The property boasts five bedrooms, all of which have their own en-suite facilities.

It also has not one but five reception rooms, giving the new owner a choice of where to entertain guests at the weekend.

When you run out of refreshments, just head down to the property’s wine cellar to select some more.

Lancashire Telegraph: The bedroom. (Photo: Property Lens)The bedroom. (Photo: Property Lens)

However, this property has also been brough up to speed with the 21st century and contains modern amenities that every buyer should want; the property even has its own cinema room and games room.

The magic continues outside where there are around 2.74 acres of private gardens, complete with an attractive lawn and box hedge garden immediately to the rear of the property with a stone flagged terrace barbecue area.

Lancashire Telegraph: The kitchen. (Photo: Property Lens)The kitchen. (Photo: Property Lens)

To the west of the main house stone steps lead to formal gardens, with raised and decorative lawns, stone circular box hedge displays and separate orchard.

There are numerous deciduous and pine trees, perfect to read a book under on a sunny day.

Also on the land is a detached barn with planning consent for a four bedroom house.

Lancashire Telegraph: The garden. (Photo: Property Lens)The garden. (Photo: Property Lens)

If this wasn’t enough, there is also an adjoining cottage on the land.

The Cottage at Whins House has a spacious self-contained two bedroom accommodation can be either accessed from the kitchen or separately. It comprises a sitting room, kitchen and WC on the ground floor, with two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. It is ideal for staff or guests.