She is known for her impressive maths ability. So chances are Carol Vorderman is hoping to increase her bank balance by several new numbers, this month - after putting her North Somerset mansion up for sale.
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Carol first shared photos of the property when it went on the market for £2.6m in 2016.
However, having previously failed to shift it, the 56 year-old has now slashed the sale price to £2.495 million.
Built in the 1970s, the open-plan home - which includes a heated pool, gym and bar - also has a kitchen and living room on the ground floor, along with three bedrooms.
There is a suspended wood-burning open fire and glass ceiling in the sitting room, with the glass wall opening onto a circular terrace with large pond and waterfall.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, a dressing room and balcony which overlooks almost four acres of gardens.
The pool and a water feature were added by Vorderman when she moved in as well as new windows and insulation.
It was previously called Uplands, but was renamed Sloblock (anagram of B****ks after a Countdown sketch on the 1990s show Fry & Laurie).
The name became the subject of a regular joke between Vorderman and her co-presenter Richard Whiteley.
The keen pilot was planning to use the proceeds from the sale to become the ninth woman to fly solo around the globe.
In 2015 Carol was left 'covered in burns' after a naked treadmill fall at the home.
She revealed her nude exercise mishap to more than 330,000 Twitter followers.