HAVE you ever wanted to see inside a house worth over £1 million? Well now's your chance. 

We've gathered together photos of a luxury property in the heart of the Lake District National Park. 

This detached house in Keswick has a guide price of £1,250,000 and comes with a generous four bedrooms. 

Times and Star: Views from the houseViews from the house (Image: Right Move)

It really would be the ideal home for a family looking to enjoy the best of the Cumbrian countryside. 

The house is said to have outstanding views of the lakes and fells and has extensive gardens, parking, and a garage. 

Times and Star: The wooded area in the gardensThe wooded area in the gardens (Image: Right Move)

The property sits in 'a generous elevated plot in the prime residential area on the outskirts of Keswick' right in the middle of the Lakes. 

It is said to offer 'flexible and spacious accommodation with extensive scope for modernisation, renovation or extension subject to necessary consents.' 

Times and Star: The hallwayThe hallway (Image: Right Move)

PFK Keswick, the estate agent, said: "Externally, the extensive, exceptional gardens enjoy breathtaking views with lawned areas, mature borders, pond with water feature, trees and numerous patio areas.

"There are also two summer houses situated in an elevated position to the rear of the property, providing privacy but enjoying the most captivating views and sunshine throughout the day.

Times and Star: The bathroomThe bathroom (Image: Right Move)

"The property also benefits from a detached garage and ample offroad parking for several cars, all within just a short distance from Keswick town centre.

"Located in the highly desirable Lonsties area of Keswick and enjoying an elevated position, in an extensively large site with stunning views over the town and surrounding lakes and fells.

Times and Star: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Right Move)

"The property is just a short drive from the town centre with its wide range of amenities including shops, restaurants, pubs, cinema and the renowned Theatre by the Lake, together with both primary and secondary schools.

Times and Star: The living roomThe living room (Image: Right Move)

"Located close to the A591 giving easy access to the central and south lakes, with the A66 close by giving access to the M6 and Penrith mainline railway station in around 20 minutes by car."