If you've got £100 million pounds just lying around you may be interested in your own private palace complete with a cinema, spa, bowling alley 10 bedrooms, state rooms and landscaped gardens.
Sadly, £100m is just a figment of the imagination for most of us, but hey, we can dream can't we?
Doughty House in Richmond is undergoing a £62.5 million project to restore the stately home to its former glory with, of course, additions to make it perfect for 21st century living, including world-class leisure amenities.
The manor house will feature a cinema with 18 VIP seats, a bowling alley, spa and swimming pool complex and yes, we are only just getting started...
The three-storey building was originally built in 1769 for Sir William Richardson and is located at the crest of Richmond Hill, with views of the River Thames.
Other previous owners include heiress Elizabeth Doughty, who bought the house in 1786 and Francis Cook who was the third richest man in England at the time - bought the house in 1849.
The house was also home to the Viscounts of Monserrate but in the 1900s, it fell into decline under Sir Francis Ferdinand Cook who was forced to sell up in 1949.
Bought by K10 Group, in 2013/2014, the high-end property developers say the 38,000 square foot new mansion will rival the garden wing of Buckingham Palace.
What can the new owners expect from their picture perfect palace?
Aside from the cinema and bowling alley, the house will boast Roman era flooring with columns from the ruins of Pompeii, the largest private garden in Richmond Hill, eight cooling and warming systems around the house, six boilers, 12 grand fireplaces, 72 main windows, and in the garden, the largest reflection pool of any private home in west London- 15 metres long to be precise, inspired by the pool at Chatsworth House.
Let's hope the news owners have a long list of acquaintances as there is dining space for 200 people who can admire the 48 chandeliers throughout the Grade II-listed manor house.
A palatial entrance is complete with a grand staircase which sits alongside a number of other ground floor state rooms including a formal dining room, music room, drawing room and library.
His and hers dressing rooms and bathrooms sit alongside the first floor master bedroom suite and the former Victorian-era conservatory is to be restored into a split-level family kitchen, breakfast and living area where all of the daily necessities can be found.
On the upper floor a winter garden room will provide entertaining space for 160 to 200 guests.
The long gallery will house a walk-in cocktail bar and wine store, with the lower ground floor featuring a private health spa with its own concierge/reception which provides access to a swimming pool complex... is there anything this palace doesn't have?
How about a car museum?
Yes, it has one of those too... an underground car museum with a car lift - certainly a necessity.
Chief executive of K10 Group, Kam Babaee, said: "With its Grade II listing, illustrious history, grand state rooms and long gallery, Doughty House is one of London’s most important stately homes.
"The restoration of this magnificent mansion and gardens into a £100 million private palace by K10 Group is a major investment and four-year heritage project which will leave a lasting legacy and deliver a totally unique world-class residence."
Work on the house began in 2017 and is set to be complete by late 2019, with 493,200 man hours required to restore the mansion and long gallery.
If you are interested and have enough dollar to meet the £100,000,000 guide price, contact K10 Group on 0207 753 7636 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for viewing and sales information.