The sprawling Hartlands estate is nestled on the incredibly desirable St George’s Hill in Weybridge, Surrey, which housed the Beatles duo throughout the 1960s.
It rests in an elevated position overlooking the same Surrey town where John Lennon was watched by around 200 girls when he passed his driving test in 1965.
The jaw-dropping seven bedroom property has been heavily inspired by the Georgian period and features several castle-style turrets throughout.
Its grand drive-way and elegant turrets were inspired by the famous 18th century architect, John Nash.
He was one of the key masterminds behind Buckingham Palace’s state rooms and Trafalgar Square in London.
The magnificent Hartlands enjoys unrivaled views of the surrounding leafy countryside and exclusive St Georges Hill Golf Club.
The seven-bedroom home is on the market with estate agents Savills who have described it as ‘the ideal fairy tale house’.
They have given the ‘magnificent’ property a guide price of £10,950,000 and say it is ready to move in to.
At the edge of the grounds are a set of large iron gates, which reveal a sweeping driveway with the property at the end.
It is entered through an oak front door into the paneled entrance hall with a cloaks cupboard.
There is then a grand reception hall, an elegant drawing room and a generous dining room which benefits from beautiful views over the landscaped gardens.
A walnut paneled study, part of which is set in one of the turrets, includes a TV that can be hidden behind a Chinese-inspired panel painting at the touch of a button.
There is also a pristine kitchen, an indoor swimming complex, an orangery and a family room, all on the ground floor.
Upstairs is a circular landing, leading to the master bedroom suite which enjoys lovely views over the south facing gardens.
There are four guest suites positioned around the circular landing and two further bedroom suites off a secondary landing.
The gym is accessed through the master dressing room and in turn, provides access to a roof top terrace, complete with outdoor rain shower.
A secondary set of stairs leads up to the large loft area which provides excellent storage space.
Outside is an elevated manicured garden, a raised terrace and a number of colourful flower beds and borders.
There is also space to park cars in a garage close to the main house.
A Savills spokesperson said: ‘This palatial mansion is situated in an elevated position with far reaching panoramic views.
‘You are immediately struck by the approach to this property. Once through the wrought iron gates, you follow the gorgeous sweeping driveway.
‘The property majestically unfolds as the drive approaches the house, initially only revealing an elegant turret.
‘To one side of the garden there is a Victorian style greenhouse. Beyond the gardens the grounds slope down to the golf course.’