This stunning mansion with a banqueting hall that featured in hit TV series Sherlock is up for sale for a cool £1.85 million pounds.
The imposing three-storey 'Sherlock home' sits in lush gardens and boasts considerable character.
It offers outstanding family accommodation with four reception rooms, six double bedrooms, four bathrooms (three en-suites), basement area and study.
It's arguably situated in one of the most sought-after exclusive locations in the popular seaside town of Penarth, near Cardiff.
This stunning home in the plush suburb Penarth, near Cardiff, has been made famous in the hit TV series Sherlock and is on the market for a cool £1.85m
But perhaps more than the exterior, it's the banqueting hall that Sherlock fans will immediately recognise as it was used as the home of the detective's brother Mycroft.
After all which other house in the area has its own banqueting hall?
The episode was called A Scandal in Belgravia and featured Benedict Cumberbatch visiting his onscreen sibling played by Mark Gatiss.
Plush cream sofas in this room with ceiling beams, wood panelling, a cosy fireplace and a chandeliergives this vast space a spectacularly grandeur feel to it
But there is more to this stunning home than just being a star in the TV series.
For this imposing family home boasts considerable character, period features, chandeliers teamed with splashes of contemporary decor to bring it into the 21st Century.
At closer inspection there's a myriad of reasons why this mansion warrants a hefty price tag.
Eye-catching features: Fans will recognise this room including the life-size horses which appeared in the TV show Sherlock but they are moist likely to go with the current owner
The impressive banqueting hall is bursting with distinctive features and will be instantly recognisable to die-hard Sherlock fans
A scene from the hit TV series Sherlock shot in the impressive banqueting hall with its mullion-style windows and stained glass
The impressive banqueting hall has mullion-style windows with stained glass and exposed ceiling beams.
Period features include wood panelling covering the walls along with decorative plaster friezes and a stone fireplace with a carved wooden mantle.
Buyers hoping to snap up the home in the plush suburb seaside town will be greeted by a light and airy hallway bursting with period features including decorative ceiling coving, archway and doorways.
A real showcase of period features this hallway with its Minton floor tiles gives off warm hues amidst the sheer white backdrop of the walls
The mansion offers abundant space and lots