THIS bungalow in Bold with a beautiful Victorian Grade II listed walled garden could set you back £1,800,000.

The 1844 historic property on Hall Lane has around seven acres of land including four paddocks, woodland and formal gardens, which encloses 2.2 acres of landscaped gardens. It was converted from the original Vine House.

The huge gardens are believed to be the reason for the massive asking price.

The house itself has four double bedrooms, bathroom, en-suite to master bedroom, lounge, conservatory, open plan kitchen and dining room and a utility room/second kitchen.

But it is also being marketed with a range of eco-friendly features.

It is heated by a ground source heat pump and wood burning Aga Rayburn which can be used for heating and cooking.

All the rooms have underfloor heating.

Within the grounds, the outbuildings include: A traditional greenhouse with working well, a barn currently used as cinema room with kitchenette and washroom, separate office with electricity and telephone line, stables, fruit store/wine cellar, work shops and more.