This detatched 18th century house in north Cumbria, which has stables built by a famous race horse trainer, is currently on the market for over £1 million. 

The property, called Wells House in Skelton near Penrith occupies 12 acres and comes with stables built by race horse trainer Jonjo O'Neill.

The site is also devided into paddocks, woodland and landscaped gardens that has a natural spring-fed pond.

The "equestrian home" is extended into an attached barn and belnds original features with a contemporary deisign, according to Zoopla. 

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The description of the property on Zoopla also reveals what the property has to offer on the inside. 

It says: "The drawing room is well propertioned and appointed, with an external door to one side leading out to the rear courtyard and a stunning outlook over the front gardens to the other.

"A stunning Inglenook fireplace sits to one corner and provides a focal point for the room.

"Double doors lead from the drawing room into the unique formal dining room which gives a brilliant entertaining space with a feature mezzanine area with a unique cricket bat design.

News and Star: Take a look inside the property at Skelton, near Penrith, Credit: Zoopla Take a look inside the property at Skelton, near Penrith, Credit: Zoopla

"Eyes will be drawn to many features both restored and refurbished with a contrast of new and old.

"The original barn arrow slits have been superbly equipped with feature lighting and mosaic glass to preserve."

The house is situated approximately 11 miles from Penrith and the M6 is eight miles away and "easily accessible" via the B5305. 

For more information about this property, contact H&H Land and Estates on 01768250960.