A unique part of Radford Semele's history has gone on the market - the Manor House.
Situated on Offchurch Lane, the property certainly stands out with an iconic turret which captures attention on the way through the village.
The five-bed house is on the market for £1,395,000 with Knight Frank in Stratford.
According to the estate agents the house once belonged to Henry Greswolde Lewis and was used as hunting lodge in the 1800s.
Our Warwickshire the website run by Warwickshire County Council that provide history on the county, says the manor house was originally built during the Post Medieval period and was added to during the Imperial period.
The historic property, which has been restored, has many of the features of a stately home including high ceilings, plaster ceiling roses, coving and architraves.
As well as five bedrooms there are also four bathrooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, drawing room and sitting room.
There is also a separate dining room and a cellar which features a sports room, two wine stores, a workshop area and boiler room.
The first floor of the property features a study, family bathroom, a separate toilet, a linen/ironing room, two double bedrooms and one single bedroom.
The second floor has a double bedroom, bathroom and a landing which connects to the turret, which has a further bedroom and study.
Outside there is a rear south easterly facing landscaped garden which has a large lawn area and mature trees including a magnolia, a mulberry, a monkey puzzle, a box hedge and a 200-year-old English yew.
There is also an entrance courtyard which leads to two garages, a laundry room, and two store rooms, all contained within the former stable building.
For more information about the property contact Knight Frank on: 01789 611 045
To view the property on Rightmove go to: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/79602285#/