Published: 05:00, 16 October 2021
| Updated: 07:49, 16 October 2021
Ever wondered what it would be like to live in Kent if you were absolutely minted?
Say you'd scooped the EuroMillions jackpot and were looking to upgrade your living arrangements to something more swanky.
Then these five properties would be top of your list.
They are the only homes worth £10m or more up for grabs across the county - with swimming pools, home cinemas, gyms and games rooms galore.
One has its own football pitch. Another has a lake. And one is a castle.
In no particular order, here are Kent's most mind-blowing properties now on the market...
Six-bed detached house in Forest Drive, Keston Park - price on application (POA)
It's the sort of house that could be home to a Premier League footballer or maybe even a Kardashian.
But this property within an exclusive gated community could be yours - as long as you've got at least £10 million in the bank.
Bordering Kent and the capital city, there's often debate about whether Bromley is part of our county or Greater London.
But there's no doubt this incredible six-bed home in the town's Keston Park is well worth a look.
Its mind-boggling features include a 4G five-a-side football pitch, a "hidden" outdoor swimming pool, a lounge bar, cinema room, games room, hydrotherapy suite and gym.
Estate agents Strutt & Parker highlight how the second floor benefits from two bathroom suites, a kitchen and family room that can be "accessed from a side entrance - ideal for the extended family or nanny".
Perhaps with private aircraft in mind, they note that the property is "within 10 minutes drive of Biggin Hill Airport".
The 18,000 sq ft new-build home is one of more than 200 properties within Keston Park.
The private estate extends over 140 acres of land, including two large swathes of woodland, with wide roads and leafy verges.
The properties range from the original 1920s homes to ultra-modern new-builds.
For more details on the house, click here.
Lympne Castle - £11m
They say an Englishman's home is his castle - and that would literally be the case if you invested in this historic country estate near Hythe.
The Grade I-listed Lympne Castle was put up for sale in August.
Property agent Will Peppitt says: "The opportunity to own your very own castle with views across the Channel to France doesn't come along very often."
With about 130 acres of woodland and pasture - including a swimming pool - the building itself boasts a great hall, spiral staircases and two towers.
The purchase also includes The Bistro restaurant and holiday cottages, according to Savills.
The estate agents say the property has "evolved over the centuries to incorporate the splendour of its medieval heritage and the elegance of the arts and crafts movement of the early 20th Century".
The property is also described as a thriving wedding venue, which can host corporate entertainment events too.
The castle was Grade I-listed in December 1966. It is understood to date from the 13th century, with mid-14th and 15th century additions.
A Saxon abbey once stood on the site of Lympne Castle, converted by Lanfranc (d. 1089), the first Norman Archbishop of Canterbury, into the Archdeacon's residence.
It later became a house and was developed over the centuries. Between 1906 and 1908 the Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer was commissioned to restore and extend the property, adding the west wing.
Mick Jagger is reported to have paid a visit some time after the property was purchased in 1962 by Harry and Deidre Margary for £30,000.
For more details, click here.
14-bed country house near Sevenoaks - POA
With a stag's head mounted on the living room wall and half a swordfish on the table, visitors will have plenty to talk about if you snap up this imposing property.
Located about five miles south of Sevenoaks, the house itself extends to 15,907 sq ft.
A billiard room, library, 6,000 sq ft terrace, indoor pool, steam room, gym, home cinema and wine cellar are among its lavish features.
Next to the house is a converted former coach house, divided into two self-contained homes with six/seven bedrooms in total.
The huge gardens and grounds include a lake with a pavilion - ideal for summer dining.
Meanwhile, a running track goes around the perimeter of the property, passing through beautiful mature bluebell woods with a stream.
For more details, click here.
Godden Green House, Sevenoaks - £10m
This six-bed country residence which dates from the Victoria era has been refurbished by the current owners and enhanced with "contemporary embellishments".
The house sits within 16.25 acres, with a swimming pool, pool house, tennis court, an avenue of trees flanking the drive and a large area of lawns.
Inside there are high ceilings, deep sash windows and elegant fireplaces.
The house also has a study, sauna and wine store, as well as a guest suite with double doors opening out onto the garden.
The principal bedroom includes two dressing rooms and a luxurious en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and roll-top copper bath.
The property also comes with a self-contained one-bed cottage.
For more details, click here.
Ashurst Manor - £10m
This nine-bed property near Tunbridge Wells was once owned by the Lord Lieutenant of Kent, Lord Wykeham Stanley Cornwallis, and comes with 96 acres of land.
A long, discreet driveway leads you through park-like grounds to the door of the Grade II-listed country mansion house.
Located in Fordcombe, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty not far from Penshurst, it has a total of 11,532 sq ft of accommodation.
The property boasts period features, from fireplaces and cornices to coving, and includes four reception rooms, six bathrooms, a self-contained annexe, games room and two gyms.
There is also a Mark Wilson fitted kitchen, along with programmable lighting and a Creston smart home system.
The grounds feature parkland with grazing fields, a lake, tennis court and stabling.
For more detials, click here.