This 17,000 square foot property has gone on the market on Kansas City - with the so-called "most expensive home in the state" worth an astounding $10.9 million (£8.24 million), according to Crown Realty.
And it's worth every penny in our books, with the property boasting a wine cellar, a two-story library - and a 30 foot waterfall.
An aquatic paradise, the mansion is perfect for those looking for something to do over the lockdown period with plenty to keep the owner occupied.
For those who love a dip in the deep blue, the mansion contains scuba diving tunnels to try out - boasting fossils and a grotto complete with a seating and bar area - as well as an indoor swimming area too.
Other things to do include binge-watching your favourite shows in the mini-home theatre (complete with projection screen, of course), while the commercial-grade kitchen is the ideal setting to whip up a new batch of banana bread (or something more exciting, if you so fancy).
But if you're finding yourselves having to work from home, the luxury complex, named The Spirit of Avalon, accommodates people working from home with an office which spans two floors.
The cherry on top of the very luscious cake is a detached four-car heated garage, a carriage house, a gym, tennis court and grounds with walking routes and golf-cart paths.
And that's just the indoors - the exteriors feature 18 acres of trees, gardens, water features, statues, gyms and even a tennis court.
But if you feel like you just want to play at being King of the Castle, you can look out at your surroundings with your turreted balcony.
The house was previously owned by Lyn Shaw, who built the pad with her now late husband Dennis Langley.
Dennis was a scuba-diving enthusiast, which explains all the watery coves pocketed around the property. He paid for his plush mansion with his work as an energy executive and as a former speech writer for the President-Elect Joe Biden.
Anyone got a spare $10 million?
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