Ever wondered what a multi-million-pound house looks like inside? Look no further. 

A Grade II* Listed house with stylish interiors and beautifully proportioned rooms has just become available in Hurst, Berkshire.

In a highly accessible location and set in the middle of its land extending to about 45 acres of parkland, the property includes a converted coach house, farm buildings, and a cottage.

Hurst Lodge is understood to date back to 1580 with later Georgian additions.

The house was built by John Barker, who at the time was a gentleman usher to Queen Elizabeth I.

The property has been enlarged over the years, with the accommodation classically proportioned whilst still retaining many period features including Delft tiling, 17th Century oak panelling and original flooring and fireplaces.

The main reception rooms all benefit from high ceilings and a wonderful southerly aspect over the gardens and grounds beyond.

The bedroom accommodation is spread over two floors and combines generously proportioned rooms, many with en-suite bathrooms, and an impressive master suite.

The estate includes a period cottage, a former squash court converted into a studio office, a coach house with ample garaging and a partly refurbished staff/guest annexe.

With its own access is a substantial range of buildings ideal for a car collection, stabling or other use. The land would be ideal for those with polo or equestrian interests.

Hurst has fine local facilities including a village shop, post office, local inns, cricket ground and both a primary and prep school.