The Police rockstar Sting's London mansion, which features seven floors and two roof terraces, has been put up for sale for a whopping £12.95m.
With a mix of his iconic diva ways and his love for yoga, you would expect his home to reflect his many interests.
Fans expected it to be super modern with lots of glass and even a man cave, but it turns out it is very different.
In fact, the pricey mansion is a lot more old-fashioned and elegant than a lot would think.
According to the current owners, Sting and his wife Trudie Styler rented the townhouse on Old Queen Street in Westminster for around two and a half years whilst renovating their nearby property.
Spread over a whopping seven floors, the Grade II Listed Georgian mansion features a grand drawing room and formal dining room, filled with period details such as intricate cornicing and Georgian sash windows.
It features a massive living room with a built in fireplace that reportedly works.
One side of the main living room is complete with huge windows which reach from the floor to the ceiling.
There is also a dining room with a similar layout of windows with another built in fire place to keep them warm.
In the middle of the room is a long dining table with 10 seats around it ready for a massive dinner party.
The bedrooms are also super spacious with lots of space to move around.
As for the bathrooms, one features a very old-fashioned design to it including an old bathtub in the middle.
The corridors are complete with concrete floors and chandeliers hanging from each light.
However, it does feature a very modern kitchen with built-in wine coolers and lots of shelf space.