If you've ever driven through Beaconsfield Old Town, you've probably seen the Grade II listed red brick building along the A40 - but you won't believe how impressive it really is behind closed doors.

From the front, Wycombe End House on Wycombe End looks pretty respectable but otherwise quite unremarkable - but go inside and the six-bed home has been given a luxurious makeover and boasts some impressive gardens.

Bucks Free Press: How Wycombe End House looks from the frontHow Wycombe End House looks from the front

The historic building, which dates back to at least the mid-eighteenth century, has been put up for sale by the current owners - for £6,950,000.

Lavishly restored with seemingly no expense spared, Wycombe End House has been modernised, but still has some gorgeous period features.

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Step inside the front door and into a bright hallway adorned with chandeliers, before heading into an open plan Clive Christian kitchen breakfast and family room and four further reception rooms, the formal drawing room with a beautiful fireplace, study, sitting room, dining room and lastly a cinema room.

There is also a temperature-controlled wine cellar that can hold around 2,000 bottles.

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Head upstairs and the main bedroom suite has a huge built-in dressing room and an en-suite that overlooks the garden with marble units and a freestanding bath.

There are two extra bedrooms on the first floor, while the top floor has two more bedrooms, an en suite, a family bathroom - and another sitting room with a kitchenette.

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Heading out into the south-facing garden, you can look ahead to the warmer months and imagine all the parties you can host in the large entertaining area, outdoor kitchen and a sun terrace.

You wouldn't guess from looking at the front of the house, but the whole plot measures 0.8 acres - and there is also an option to buy an extra 1.25 acres of land, which also has planning consent for more houses.

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According to Zoopla's listing history, Wycombe End House was last sold in December 2006 for £1.6 million - so the current owners have helped to massively increase its value.

If you're interested in taking a look at the house, go to www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/59661192/