A Grade II-listed Queen Anne mansion with a private equestrian complex has gone on the market.
Colton Lodge, situated between York and Tadcaster, is so big it even has its own hat room.
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The country estate has 15 acres of grounds, which include stabling for 10 horses and a cross-country course.
It's being marketed through York estate agents Carter Jonas with a guide price of just below £3million.
Fancy living in this Tolkien-style gentleman's retreat in the North York Moors?
The mansion has been extensively refurbished and modernised, although the original sash windows remain. There's an Aga, a Poggenphol kitchen and two glazed extensions on the ground floor.
There is a drawing room, dining room, study, snug, breakfast kitchen, maid's kitchen, master bedroom suite with dressing and bathrooms, three further en-suite bedrooms with dressing rooms, six more bedrooms, a guest sitting room, kitchenette and two house bathrooms.
Outside, the estate boasts stunning gardens, woodland, topiary, a moat and the impressive equestrian complex, which includes a stable block, fold yard, feed room, cross-country course, manege, paddocks and two fields.
Above the garages is a large studio space.