A Longridge home, that was partially designed by an architect, is described as "a truly magnificent family home".

Addison House, on Lower Lane, is on the market for £1.9 million and it is said to “exude warmth and character”.

The five-bedroom home has been designed to the “very highest specification”.

Completed in 1999, the property was built using Longridge Sandstone and is said to be “a true credit” to the current owners.

Architect Jonathan Paul is said to have designed the property’s German kitchen, which features modern ‘floating’ units and top-of-the-range appliances.

Just off from the kitchen is a preparation room. ‘Foodies’ will love the kitchen’s walk-in fridge, with plenty of refrigeration storage.

The cosy lounge features a wood-burning stove, situated in a rustic stone inglenook fireplace.

Ideal for movie lovers, the property has its own cinema, which can accommodate a 65-inch television, and music room.

The property description said this room is the perfect place to "sit back relax and watch a film or listen to an album of your choice on the linked sound system which features throughout the house".

The room could also be used as a playroom or for formal dining.

Ideal for those who work from home, the property has its own office which has the potential to be turned into a sixth bedroom.

The master bedroom features wooden furniture and a highlight of this room is the “stunning” countryside views from the window. It also has its own en-suite bathroom

Outside, there is a sun lounge with panoramic views of the large south-facing garden.

In the gardens, you will find a water feature and patio area. The stunning grounds also feature two greenhouses and an orchard.

On the stone patio, you will find a summer house, incorporating a wood-burning stove “providing insurance against the British weather”. It also has a dining and seating area.  

Outside there is a formal dining area, ideal for large dinner parties. This space is large enough to accommodate 22 people.

If this were not enough, there are two separate one-bedroom accommodations on the grounds.

One apartment boasts a floor-to-ceiling window offering panoramic views over the garden and open countryside.

A spokesperson for Dewhurst Homes said: “It is very rare for a property like Addison House and all it has to offer to come to the market.

“The property has been nurtured by the vendors to become a uniquely beautiful and comfortable home.

“It has the potential for further development with the correct permissions and is a truly magnificent family home.”