With picturesque views and an abundance of bedrooms, would you want to buy one of Allerdale's most expensive houses?

Set on Main Street, Keswick, Grade I listed Greta Hall is on the market for just the second time in 100 years.

The magnificent building has plenty to boast about, beginning with its unique exterior and turret-like curved section overlooking the garden.

Costing a huge £1.2 million, the 11-bedroom detached property – listed on Zoopla – also offers six reception rooms, six bathrooms, endless original features, and stunning scenery surrounding it.

And if that's not enough, the house is also the former home of the Lake District poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey, where they lived between 1800-1843.

According to Zoopla, the home has received 1,401 page views in the last 30 days – and it's no surprise, as who wouldn't want a peak at this gorgeous castle-like home?

For more details, view the property on Zoopla here.