A five-bed mansion complete with a 60 metre zip wire, tennis courts, pool and cinema is up for grabs for £1.2million.
The property, located in the peaceful village of Aisby in Lincolnshire has been decked out with luxury features including a cinema room, gym, tennis court, hot tub and swimming pool.
As well as five double bedrooms, the house also has three en suite bathrooms, two double garages and 1.3 acres of landscaped garden and grounds.
Inside, impressive vaulted ceilings and towering windows make the most of the surrounding countryside, offering plenty of natural light around the huge home.
The property also features an award-winning open-plan Chislewood kitchen, a home office, a dressing room and Tesla charging units throughout.
The pièce de résistance – the cinema room – is a definite highlight for movie marathon nights, with designated cinema-style chairs and a huge projector screen.
Outside, the Vale Garden House orangery is the perfect spot for al fresco dining.
The secluded home is privately accessed by sophisticated remote-controlled gates.
You can get the best of both worlds with the bliss of the surrounding countryside paired with a nearby train station that will get you to London’s Kings Cross in 67 minutes.
If you’re not too bothered about easy access to London though, this windmill overlooking snowdonia is on the market for under £1million.
The Grade II listed windmill has gone on sale for £700,000 with 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside and mountains.
The converted home dubbed Melin Llanddyfnan, has four large bedrooms spread across three floors.
Sellers say there’s plenty of space for a family to relax in a large open-plan kitchen and an airy living room that has been extended by current owners.
The unusual property in Anglesey, Wales, boasts floor-to-ceiling windows which make the most surrounding views which include Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.
The converted mill has three floors, a living room and four bedrooms – with a viewing room on the third floor where the idyllic countryside can be enjoyed.
The stunning peaks of Snowdonia can be enjoyed from outlook which is set in a peaceful setting.
The agent’s sales brochure says: “The extension has a large living area with curved window frontage to make the most of the views towards Snowdonia, a shower room, stairs to the first floor bedroom and access through to the kitchen/dining area which leads to the most recently completed extension.”
Outside, the property, the lucky new owner can take full advantage of the rural location with around one acre of grounds.
Both properties are being sold through Purplebricks.
They describe the windmill unusual home as a “characterful property” which has views over the Welsh countryside.