One of the most unique houses in the borough is on the market which offers buyers the chance to live in their own castle.

The stunning four-bedroom property on Tower Court in Greenmount spans over five floors with a turret style garden at the top.

The home is set in the heart of the Kirklees Trail Nature Reserve and offers uninterrupted views that range from Peel Tower to Manchester city centre.

The tower, which was built in 1840, forms the focal point of the property.

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In its description of the home, estate agent Fine and Country said: “Tower Court is a fantastic, characterful home.

“Providing four-bedroom accommodation, laid out over five floors and taking great advantage of the tower itself, the property offers good size living space with exceptional features that really make the most of its architecture.

“With commanding views over surrounding fields and on to iconic local sites such as Peel Tower, as well as Manchester city centre and beyond, this property certainly has an unparalleled outlook.”

Inside, the ground floor has an entrance hallway, WC, lounge and a dining/kitchen area.

The first floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom, the second and third floors both have a bedroom each, the fourth floor hosts an entertainment lounge with a bar and cinema room and lastly, the fifth floor is where the rooftop garden is.

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The estate agent added: “Forming the focal point of its courtyard setting, this property enjoys a gloriously prominent position and with its scale and eminence, offers uninterrupted panoramic views in the truest sense.

“Easily accessed via a well-made lane, the property enjoys a convenient, yet semi-rural feeling location.

“Within easy reach of a range of local amenities, schools, shopping and entertainment, as well as walks, bridleways and open countryside, this property really does sit in a wonderful position.”

The property is currently on the market for £600,000 and more pictures can be found here.