A beautiful 10-bed mansion in Barbados which has hosted Prince Harry, Elton John and Simon Cowell is going on the market for £32million.
The 1.3-acre property, which overlooks the Caribbean Sea and has its own private beach and swimming pool, also comes with 19 full-time staff members including a team of butlers, chefs and gardeners.
The new owner can host up to 20 guests at the luxury home, including three bedroom suites in a separate guest cottage.
Its current owners say the paintings in the master bedroom give it the ‘ambience of an art gallery’ and the property, designed using coral stone, also includes its own fitness center, hot tub and cinema room.
The Duke of Sussex stayed at the property in 2010, when he was in the Caribbean staying with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho to raise funds for victims of that year’s Haiti earthquake.
It has also served as a judge’s house in The X Factor while other celebrities including Elton John, Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman have used it as a holiday home.
On the market: This luxury 10-bedroom mansion in Barbados is on the market for $40million (£31.8million), offering some 20,000 sq ft of living space and 1.3 acres of property in total
Swimming pool: The property includes this outdoor swimming area, which features a hot tub. In this picture there are numerous sun loungers laid out with a view over the sea at sunset
Decor: Cove Spring House’s current owners say the interior design is ‘plush with haute-couture furniture and magnificent art’. Here, depictions of animals sit alongside an ornate mirror and underneath a chandelier in a room looking out to sea
Sunset: The property’s ‘half-moon’ swimming pool and hot tub are seen next to the mansion’s patio area and sun loungers
Living room: Comfortable-looking sofas and chairs are laid out around a table in this room, which also features chandeliers and looks out over the sea. The rooms also have ceiling fans to keep guests cool in the hot Caribbean weather
Outdoors: Pleasant green plant life dominates this outdoor view of the property – which also comes with its own private beach
Outdoor seating: Chairs are laid out around a round table in this veranda overlooking the Caribbean Sea, at the Barbados mansion which has previously hosted Prince Harry and celebrities including Elton John and Simon Cowell
The master suite: This bedroom features a king size bed and two chairs, and is decorated with a series of paintings in what estate agents say give the room the ‘ambience of an art gallery’
The ‘half-moon’ swimming pool is seen by daylight. At the base of the cliff is a beach with private access from the villa
Camelia Suite: Estate agents say this room is decorated in ‘royal blues and dark woods’. It features a king-size bed, similar to a four-poster bed, as well as a separate seating area with a sofa which in this image is in front of a television
Luxury: This comfortable spot includes two chairs, a coffee table decorated with colourful flowers and a view over the sea
A fountain of water is seen in front of green plant life at the property which has gone on the market for $40million (£32million)
Sand Dollar: This room has a ‘rustic king size bed’ with a bright blue sofa in front of it. It also has a separate ‘powder room’, a marble bath with a bidet, and French doors which open on to a veranda overlooking the sea
Leafy: This outdoor view of the mansion shows the trees and grass outside the property, which has towering pillars at its grand entrance
Starfish: This unusually named room, which is around 700 sq ft large, has two twin beds next to each other as well as a large living area including a sofa, desk and armchair. It also includes a balcony with outdoor seating
Fitness suite: This state-of-the-art facility includes treadmills, a cross trainer and an exercise bike, as well as a cable TV. Guests at the mansion can also hire a fitness trainer who is also a certified yoga instructor, the property’s owners say
Dining room: In this image, a long wooden table is positioned in a porch outside the property, covered by a roof but looking outdoors. The estate agents say there is a daily menu prepared by the mansion’s staff
Entertainment: Four armchairs are laid out in front of a large TV in this room, which also features a ceiling fan