Here's what £2 million could buy you
A house, complete with its own equestrian centre has gone on the market with a guide price of £2million.
Applecross House and Equestrian Centre in Alveley has gone on the market through agents Nock Deighton.
As well as 33 acres of land, the four bedroom house boasts a host of facilities for horse loves.
It has its own private stables and manège, 20 Monarch stables, barns, storage and even a cross country course with splash.
There is even a trout lake for keen anglers
All of it is in set within the stunning Shropshire countryside, with views over the Severn Valley and beyond.
Build in the 1930s, the downstairs of the home has a number of reception rooms including a sitting room, dining room, garden room, snug, office and a charming farmhouse kitchen.
To the first floor are four bedrooms, one of which is en-suite and a family bathroom. A detached laundry room and a double garage with a studio above provides additional space.
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Its gardens are primarily lawn with a number of beds, a pond, a rose garden, a kitchen garden with raised beds, a greenhouse and a summer house with terrace overlooking the grounds.
All buildings are centred around a stable yard providing access to a lorry yard, paddocks and riding facilities.
There is an all-weather Olympic sized riding arena for dressage and show jumping and as well as grazing paddocks, there is a cross-country schooling course around a number of obstacles and water complex.
The facilities are currently used as a commercial venture and could be either continued as such or saved for personal use