COME on, we've all done it - the second you've bought a lottery ticket, you're straight online, looking at what fancy, big houses you could buy with your millions.

Sadly, it's highly unlikely you'll ever be on the winning end of the lottery, but it's nice to dream, isn't it?

For a cool £925,000, you could be the proud owner of one of Walmersley's "most prominent homes."

Originally dating from 1926, the four bedroom house in Mather Road sits in a plot of around one acre, around a mile from Bury Town Centre and occupying a secluded position.

Estate Agents Pearson Ferrier said: "We understand the property was constructed as a mill owners house in line with the industrial heritage of the area.

"The current owners have just completed a total renovation programme and are to be commended on their attention to detail and sheer high standard of workmanship throughout."

The bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen renovation are all by Clive Christian and no expense has been spared in retaining as much of the character of the Art Deco period- while retaining all conveniences and appeal for modern day living.

Approached via remotely operated entrance gates the accommodation includes an entrance porch, inner hall, lounge, dining room, garden/sunroom, kitchen with 'Aga' and utility room.

To the outside there are gardens which have been designed by a prominent landscape architect, reclaimed York stone patio, two sheds - which are attached to the house, and a newly constructed garage complex built entirely in keeping with the character of the main house.

All in all - not a bad place to be living. You'll just have to cross your fingers extra tight the next time time the lotto rolls around...