If you see yourself as the perfect party host then then this beautiful Victorian family home may be the house for you.

With a stunning hand-painted kitchen leading onto an open plan living area, a separate reception room and dining room, High Bank offers the ideal space to entertain guests, once lockdown is over of course.

The five bedroom detached property is located within a private cul-de-sac in Heaton, making it incredibly secure.

Despite being nearly 150-year-old, the house is far from old and stuff thanks to extensive renovations.

Estate Agents Lancasters said:"The home was constructed during 1879 and it is noteworthy that the property was comprehensively and sympathetically refurbished during 2005 and 2006.

"The vast majority of the rooms were taken back to brick and subsequently re-plastered along the necessary electrical, central heating and joinery work."

High Bank is ideal for anyone looking for a home with character without the problems which come with an older property; even the underground drains were renewed during renovations.

Generous sash windows flood the downstairs with light, while wooden floors create sophisticated spaces.

There are eye-catching details throughout the property; from the staircase with "impressive mahogny newel posts and detailed spindles" to the stained glass work in the hallway.

The master bedroom offers lots of space with a stunning en-suite bathroom featuring a standalone claw-footed bath and his and her sinks.

A second bedroom also offers an en-suite bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe, perfect for anyone with a large clothes collection.

There are three further bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities with a shower room downstairs.

To the back of the house is a large courtyard ideal for outside entertaining.

A detached garage with first floor would suit anyone interested in cars or would serve as a home office or storage space.

High Bank is on the market for £850,000.