A stunning contemporary property on the famous Wentworth estate will make golf fans green with envy after going on the market for £25m.
The luxurious home is a stone's throw from the internationally renowned golf course's 12th fairway where players like Rory McIlroy and Colin Montgomery play every year.
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The lucky buyer won't have to worry about being struck by stray balls though as the property sits in five acres of private woodland.
Notable residents of the exclusive estate include Bruce Forsyth and Prince Naseem Hamed while Elton John and Cliff Richard have previously inhabited the area.
If that's not enough celebrity spotting then the owners can expect to see the likes of One Direction's Niall Horan and TV presenters Ant and Dec playing a round of 18.
The lavish eight-bed and 10-reception room home, called 'Jura', is stacked top to bottom with high-end specifications such as Spanish limestone flooring and handwoven carpets.
It is equipped with a library, gymnasium and swimming pool and sauna and steam room worthy of a five-star spa.
Jura would also make the perfect dwelling for buyers who like a tipple, the fully fitted bar leads in to the dual wine cellar, half of which is dedicated to storing champagne.
Outside, there is a 2,200sq ft garage for a fleet of flash cars.
The property has gone on the market with estate agents Knight Frank.
James Crawford, of Knight Frank, said: "This property is unlike anything we have seen on Wentworth.
"It is an amazing place and very different from more conventional properties. It has a superb feeling of light and space.
"There are lots of reasons why it would appeal to buyers. Wentworth is an internationally known destination.
"But you don't have to be a golf fan to live there. Do you have to like the Queen to live in London?
"It is a great location in terms of good schools and is very accessible for international buyers with Heathrow and London being so close."