Peek inside this six-bedroom property which has gone on sale for £3.85 million.

The Victorian six-bedroom house - known as Thousand Acres - near Wotton is described on Rightmove as ‘wonderful’, ‘stunning’ and ‘relaxing’ set in beautiful grounds of around nine acres.

Take a look at photos of the property in the gallery above. 

The property includes a games room, cinema, tennis court, indoor swimming pool as well as a sauna. 

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It also features a twin tree-lined driveway as well as an orangery, summer house, stables, a lily pond, garage, a large barn, woodland and an orchard. 

Rightmove describes the property as a generous space, having been renovated by the current owners to a high standard.

The property is believed to have been originally built for the local brewing family of Absolom Perrett in about 1873 

It was later owned by Dame Joan Evans, president of the Royal Archaeological Institute until her death in 1977.

The house is on the market with estate agents Hamptons for £3,850,000.