A huge mansion in Cheshire, which Justin Bieber has leased during his last world tour, was put up for sale – if you have 4 million pounds left.
The accommodation near Helsby has its own helipad, five-a-side football field and a spacious underground leisure center.
The luxurious house is surrounded by rolling countryside, although it is very elegant and modern.
Known as Steppingstones, Bieber and his entourage stayed at home in 2016 and loved it for its "playful nature," reports Manchester Evening News.
LOOK DOWN IN THE GALLERY
The Canadian pop superstar was originally at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Chester, but his security team and his fleet of darkened vehicles were later discovered outside of Steppingstones.
It's on the market with Strutt & Parker Chester.
Deceptively large, much of the pad is actually underground – giving it an almost modest look at street level.
Downstairs in the partially sunken ground floor and lower ground floor are a self contained apartment (with dressing room, kitchen and bedroom) and two further bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
An underground leisure offering includes a fully equipped bar and an open hall where you can play cricket, badminton or football.
There's also an indoor pool with a sauna / steam room, a whirlpool and changing rooms, as well as a gym.
If you are worried about safety, you do not have to be. The property has access to fingerprints through many of its doors.
Above ground is the main living space with the usual dining area and kitchen – and floor to ceiling windows overlooking the surrounding countryside.
Set on 2 acres of grounds, it has a football field, a cable, a hot tub, an outdoor dining area and a TV.
For those seeking privacy, there is a small courtyard that leaves from a library.
And the top of the incredible house is covered with grass – but can also be used as a heliport.
In 2015, Liverpool ECHO was run by the owner, Widnes Viking's director Steve O'Connor and his wife Clare, through the house in Helsby.
In 2015, Steve talked about his unusual decision to build down rather than up.
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He said, "We could not build anything above ground that was larger than the original house, so we asked if we could build underground instead."
Justin Bieber and some of his followers made the pad their base during the Manchester stage of his Purpose World Tour in 2016.
During this trip, he was criticized for dropping his microphone and storming off the stage after excited fans refused to stop screaming.
With a price of £ 3.95 million, it is one of the most expensive homes in the market in Cheshire.
It is offered for sale by Strutt & Parker Chester.