It may not (quite) be the world's most expensive terraced house, but it's not far off...
Lethbridge House, part of London's exclusive Cornwall Terrace has just come on the market for a whopping £40 million.
With breathtaking views of London's Regents Canal and a beautiful Regency facade, the six bedroom home features a cinema room, swimming pool, two kitchens and a wine store.
But that's not all - the Grade I listed home, which is set over five floors, has seven bathrooms (count them), a gym (naturally) and a spa.
The property also benefits from two separate mews houses, which can be used for staff and guest accommodation (oh, how the other half live!).
Designed and built in the 1820s by architect Decimus Burton, the construction of Cornwall Terrace was part of the Prince Regent's scheme, later King George IV, to develop grand housing in Regent's Park.
And Lethbridge House is certainly that.
However, the plush pad doesn't quite compete with its neighbouring property, No 1 Cornwall Terrace, a former squat that was sold for £100 million back in November.
And towards the end of last year No 8 was put on the market for the princely sum of £27 million following a major luxury refubishment.
Lethbridge House is the last remaining property to be sold on the terrace since the redeveloped properties were relaunched in 2010.
So, if you fancy bagging yourself a Regency mansion in the heart of London, just give estate agents Knight Frank a call and register your interest. Go on, we dare you!
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