Gordon Ramsay is selling up his Cornish holiday home for a staggering £2.75million.
The celebrity chef is set to make a pretty penny after previously buying the property, a former Lloyds bank in the town of Fowey, for just under £2million back in 2017.
Ramsay and his family caused uproar amongst locals after deciding to relocate his family to the area during the coronavirus lockdown.
The 53-year-old upset residents in the town of Rock, when he decided to see out lockdown holed up in his £4.4million mansion.
While his Rock neighbours may be disappointed he has no plans to sell that property, his four bedroom Fowey holiday home is already on the market with agents John Bray and Partners.
Known as Trevail House, the property has 2,800 square feet, with each room bedrooms having its own en suite. It also boasts a plush garden with its own bar facilities.
One of the major traits on offer on the property though is its stunning views from a waterside terrace which overlooks the River Fowey.
On its website, John Bray and Partners, says of the property: "Situated right on the water with the most incredible river views, Trevail House is a spacious and highly specified 4-bedroom town house residence.
"An iconic and distinctive building, this Grade II listed property is a well-known landmark in the town.
"Finished with intricate attention to detail, the vendor has created a beautiful, contemporary style town house, with remote control entry system and USB/data connections in all rooms.
"With many period features retained, the interiors have been elegantly designed to enhance modern day living.
"The layout of Trevail House makes the most of the stunning harbour views that are visible from the majority of the rooms."
See the stunning photos of the property’s interior by visiting the John Bray and Partners website.