What you get for £40million - inside the Palace in the Park mansion
Fancy views of a London park outside your bedroom window? Less than 20 minutes to Canary Wharf on the Jubilee line, perhaps? Sound perfect?
Then, for just the small matter of £40million, this six-bedroom home in Cornwall Terrace, NW1, could be yours.
The huge seven-bathroom mansion really is the palace in the park.
Complete with basement swimming pool and gym, a family saloon room, as well as formal and informal dining rooms and an exquisite study, it's the last of nine homes on the street, all recently redeveloped, to hit the market.
The property also includes staff quarters downstairs, a lift to all five floors and a gated carriage driveway.
Dubbed Lethbridge House, it was named after the academic and Conservative politician Sir Roper Lethbridge, a former press commissioner with the Indian Political Department.
SC Management's head of sales and marketing Annette Hurst said: "Before the homes were redeveloped they were office space for British Land. It's great that they've been returned to their original use.
"Three people live in them as first homes, while for four others it's a second, third or fourth home.
"Another, who did the house up himself, uses it as a base while he travels the world."
The Grade-I listed, 19th century Regency House at 20 Cornwall Terrace boasts 11,797sq ft of space.
The houses in the row were designed by architect John Nash. As for the immaculate refurbishment, not much in the way of luxury details is missed, with, for example, TVs in the shower, as well as one each end of the swimming pool.
For a more relaxed viewing experience you can make the most of the media room, an intimate cinema with sofas and a huge screen.
Perhaps the highlight of the whole house is the family saloon, which is a majestic mini-ballroom, perfect for entertaining. The home also includes a beautifully set up family kitchen room, although the chances are the staff will do the lions' share of the cooking in their less glamorous but still more-than-adequate kitchen downstairs.
As for transport, to beat the rush-hour traffic to Canary Wharf, Baker Street on the Jubilee line is less than a two-minute walk away.
If you move in you'll be living beside City high-flyers, politicians and royalty.
Even top Premier League footballers are seemingly priced out, with their paymasters, the likes of Roman Abramovich, suited to the place.
"It really is for the top people in the world of business," said Annette.
For more information go to palaceinthepark.co.uk