There aren’t many homes that boast a Minster view – and also come with their own billiard room, squash court and coach house.

Admittedly Brandsby Hall is a fair way from York Minster – about 13 miles to be exact – but you can spot the cathedral’s three towers from the south wing on a clear day.

The epic 18th century mansion is currently on the market for £4.25 million. Which puts it as one of the most expensive private properties in the area.

You could make a grand entrance on this

For that you get ten bedrooms, eight bathrooms, six reception rooms and stables designed by famous York architect John Carr.

There’s a walled garden, coach house with squash court and office space, 35 acres of parkland and a four-bedroom cottage.

If you’ve some loose change and fancy a change of scene, check out the full details at Knight Frank.

Bed and bath

The spacious front room

A bold working room

Manicured… the lawn

Modern… the kitchen

Can’t quite see the Minster from this angle…

Forget a guest room. This comes with a guest cottage

It is Grade II listed

A rear view of the hall

You don’t have to book if it’s your own squash court

There’s plenty of space

The coach house and stables, said to have been designed by John Carr

There’s a lot of lawn to mow