A SPRAWLING 12-bed Surrey mansion has gone on the market for a whopping £7.6million – and it hides an amazing secret.
The stunning home in Oxshott, which covers 11,000 square feet, has plenty of surprises for the lucky new owner.
There are 14 bathrooms in total – meaning guests will never be caught short – as well as an on-site gym, swimming pool and spa.
But the most exciting of all is a huge indoor skate ramp, making the house perfect for both the young and the young at heart.
Millionaires who fancy themselves as a budding Tony Hawk will doubtless be queuing up to view the home.
However, there's plenty for the whole family too.
Outside, little ones will find a full outdoor play area, complete with a treehouse, slide and rope bridges.
A pagoda-style space nearby offers two top-of-the-range barbecues and lots of space for outdoor dining.
Back inside, a cinema room boasts comfy chairs and a big screen for favourite films – while grown-ups can pull their own pints at a built-in bar.
The indoor swimming pool has its own jacuzzi attached, while bathrooms are fitted with swanky rain showers.
Agents at Sotheby's say: “It's a magnificent and substantial house in the heart of the esteemed Crown Estate.
"It offers 11,353 square feet of beautifully-presented reception rooms and entertaining bliss.
“It really has everything a family could want – virtually no need to even leave the property.
“One of the most striking features is the enclosed skate ramp, which has been specifically created and installed to suit the space.
'EVERYTHING A FAMILY WANTS'
“There is also a wonderful mini spa suite and a luxurious swimming pool.
“Given that the Olympics has produced some gold medal winners in both skateboarding and swimming, this could be the perfect home for young, sporty, future champions to perfect their skills.”#
It's not the only home hiding an epic surprise currently on the market.
A three-bed home in a sleepy Devon town has its own American-style diner downstairs, complete with retro red banquettes, a black and white chequered floor and 50s-style art.
The little restaurant, J. Street Diner, serves up Coke floats, homemade burgers and hotdogs – and it's a hit with customers, who call the food "delicious" in online reviews.
In July, we shared photos of a three-bed home in Leicester that has an amazing jungle-style garden outside.
Retired telecoms worker Rick Stock has filled the 30-metre plot with palm trees, two ponds and a range of exotic plants.
Elsewhere, a flat in a stunning Art Deco building in London hides its own underground bunker.
The whopping space is kitted out with its own ventilation system – meaning the new owner could use it as a gym, home office or prep zone for a zombie apocalypse.
And a stunning £4million home yards from Notting Hill Gate Tube is completely invisible from the street.
The 'hidden home' can be found behind a secret door.
Once inside, the new owner find a massive five-bed home spread over 3,000 square feet.
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