Published: 18:00, 18 April 2017
| Updated: 23:38, 28 February 2018
Have you got £6 million in your back pocket?
If you have you may be able to get your hands on this stunning home.
But be prepared to dig deep, as it costs the same as you would have paid for 21 average-priced terraced homes in Kent last year.
The nine-bedroom Langton House Estate in Tunbridge Wells is set over three floors and comes with its own tennis court and cricket pavilion.
What else do you possibly need? Maybe a stable block and 58 acres surrounding you?
It's been on the market with estate agents Strutt and Parker since Saturday.
The main house also has a reception hall, drawing room, two further reception rooms, kitchen, family room and second kitchen, two offices, two cloakrooms and wine cellars.
And there is a self-contained annexe with sitting room, double bedroom and bathroom.
On the other hand one of the cheapest properties around in Kent can be snapped up for £20,000.
We reported last year how the property in Warden Bay on the Isle of Sheppey was going for a song.
But there was a catch. Click here to see why it was such a bargain.
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