Jamie Oliver has put his townhouse in Primrose Hill, north London on the market, as he prepares to move to nearby Hampstead.
The charming terraced house, on the market for £11,950,000, was originally two neighbouring properties, bought for £7.5 million in the early 2000s.
But the celebrity chef and his wife Jools had them knocked together to create a ten-bedroom, six bathroom home. It now extends to a huge 6,284 square feet - easily big enough for the couple's four children, Poppy, 13, Daisy, 12, Petal, six, and Buddy, five.
It probably won't come as much of a surprise that the property has no fewer than three kitchens - though two of them are pretty small.
The lower ground floor has the main kitchen/breakfast room as well as a small kitchenette, along with two living rooms, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
On the ground floor is a thirty-foot, high-ceilinged living room that leads into a good-sized playroom. There's a breakfast room, kitchen and utility room.
The first floor consists of a huge master suite with views over Primrose Hill Park; there's a large double bedroom, bathroom, two dressing rooms and a study. The rest of the bedrooms and bathrooms are above.
The Olivers were targeted in a burglary last October when electrical items were stolen while they were away. But they were already planning to move, having bought a historic seven-bedroom house around three miles away for £8.95 million.
The Grade II-listed house is near the homes of Kate Moss, George Michael, Chris Evans, David Walliams and Sam Taylor-Wood. It dates back to the 17th century and has panelled room and a stunning original staircase - but needs a lot of work. The couple plan to spend as much as £3 million on ripping out the dated decor, adding another bathroom and changing the layout.
But in the meantime, they'll still have somewhere to call home, as Oliver also owns a manor house near Clavering in his home county of Essex.