A stately home in Norfolk has come up on the market for the first time since it was built in the 1700s, giving the lucky buyer a chance to live like an aristocrat.
Stately homes are only available once in a blue moon as most are owned by the National Trust or passed through the generations.
Now, one of the UK's most spectacular, Wolterton Park, is on the market after being privately owned since 1741 - for a grand price tag of £25 million.
The Grade 1 listed home in north Norfolk was built between 1727 and 1741 for Horatio Walpole - the brother of Britain's first prime minister, Robert Walpole.
Wolterton Park boasts a balcony bigger than Buckingham Palace, an eight-acre walled garden and 18 bedrooms in 42,000 square feet of floor space.
The stately home was purchased in an off-market sale in 2016, by partners Peter Sheppard and Keith Day who have spent £7 million and seven years renovating.
Both hailing from humble beginnings, the couple has made a living through the buying and restoring of houses since the 1980s.
Strutt and Parker are responsible for the sale, with Tom Goodley, director of the company's Norfolk office saying: "Wolterton Park is one of the finest stately homes of not only Norfolk, but arguably England, and a rarity in that it exists in private ownership.
"This sale marks the first time the estate has come to the open market in the property’s history, only exchanging once prior in a private capacity.
"The current owners have dedicated the last seven years to restoration, which is recognised not only in the awards received, but in the masterpiece today that is Wolterton.
"It’s a privilege to be part of the sale of a piece of Norfolk’s history."