Original article from Kent Live
The most expensive property on the market in Dover has been listed with an asking price of just under £1.4 million.
The seven-bedroom home in Chisnall Road, River, has a list of special features as long as its driveway.
A swimming pool, gym, hot tub, sauna, steam room, bar and games room can all be found inside.
It's also a relatively new property, said to have been designed and built by the owners only 12 years ago.
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Despite this, exposed brickwork and oak feature throughout.
Estate agents Fine & Country Canterbury described the "unique" residence as "breathtaking".
They said: "Nestling within gated grounds at the end of an unadopted road it provides privacy and tranquility and includes a fascinating exterior, oak floors and doors, exposed internal brickwork and a brand new indoor swimming pool complex.
"The multi-gabled roof line, beautifully weathered brickwork, wooden framed windows and hand crafted oak front door gives it magnificent kerb appeal while the spacious hall with Indian sandstone flooring, exposed brickwork and an oak staircase provides the instant wow factor.
"There is an elegant sitting room with a feature brick fireplace and large patio doors and oak doors to the dining room with French doors to a barbecue patio, while you can chill out in the family room with its bay window seat and access to the conservatory.
"The large study is just inside the hall with an adjacent cloakroom.
"There is a country style kitchen with a central island oak breakfast bar, a range cooker and oak fronted units incorporating a variety of appliances and a large walk-in pantry plus an adjacent cloakroom and utility room with a back door to the garden.
"Upstairs are five en-suite double bedrooms including the main bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom.
"The top floor consists of a self-contained apartment with two bedrooms and a bathroom as well as an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner space.
"If you are looking for home entertainment a visit to the lower ground floor should fulfil all your wishes.
"A curved brick built bar leads to a large games room and a gym or to the stunning new swimming pool, hot tub, steam room, sauna and shower room.
"Outside there are patios and lawns and steps up to a gravel pathway at the rear of the property and a charming ‘nook'.
"A magnificent water feature incorporates a waterfall and two fishponds spanned by a charming brick bridge while the large patio continues round to the front to the driveway where you can park numerous vehicles and to the double garage and workshop."
The owner of the grand property, who says they are downsizing, also provided some insight into the home.
They said: “We built this house to our own specification to provide everything we felt either we or any future owners would want to include in their ultimate home.
"We are immensely proud of our property but feel it is time to downsize and let another family enjoy everything we have created.
"We love the location as it is so quiet and peaceful and yet we have a gate at the end of the garden leading to a footpath down to the village so we can easily walk to the local pub or the shops."
People can find out more information and see the full listing here.