An amazing home with 10 bathrooms, a fishing lake and an eight-person lift has gone on the market as the most expensive house up for grabs in the West Midlands.
The £6.85million price tag for the Droitwich house is probably a far off dream for most of us.
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But maybe it would be much more suited to a premiership football player or millionaire celebrity.
Although first impressions might suggest Caulin Court was built in the 19th century, it is actually a recent creation by the current owner.
Caulin Court in Ladywood, Droitwich
The living space
The main foyer area
For almost £7 million, you get an impressive nine bedroom mansion that comes with 18 acres of parkland and gardens.
Located in the village of Ladywood in Droitwich, the property is surrounded by beautiful Worcestershire countryside and is described as "the finest country home to have been constructed in England in recent years".
The property comes with huge outdoor space
It's hard to argue with this statement when the property has it's own full leisure suite, including sauna, gym and steam room, and an eight person lift to all floors of the house.
The leisure suite also boasts its own private cinema room, just to add an extra touch of luxury, the Birmingham Mail reports.
The Droitwich home
Alongside the huge amount of bedrooms, you also get an almost unnecessary ten bathrooms and five reception rooms.
The property comes with a separate guest cottage that is larger than the average family home in Birmingham - with three double bedrooms, living room and kitchen.
If this wasn't enough, you also get your own lake and fully stocked fishing pool in the beautiful gardens surrounding the mansion.
The property is being sold by Fine & Country and can be viewed for sale here.