Fancy counting a future king and queen among your neighbours?
If so, look no further, because this three-bedroom apartment in central London, on a street otherwise known as "billionaires' row," might be for you.
The £9.5 million (Dh54.2m) property is located a stone's throw from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's abode, Kensington Palace, on one of the most exclusive - and secure - streets in the capital.
Photography is banned on the road, called Kensington Palace Gardens, which is home to various embassies which features armed police checkpoints at each end.
Less than a mile from the exclusive boutiques of Knightsbridge, the 2,285 square foot apartment overlooks the palace.
Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, which are technically separate, merge with each other and are also close by.
The apartment has a sizeable entrance hall, three bedrooms, a large living room, dining room, kitchen and three bathrooms.
Decorated in an art deco theme, the property features marble bathrooms and kitchen worktops. While it might not be the same as having an entire staff, as some neighbours do, there is a concierge on call round the clock.
The property comes with "mood lighting," air conditioning and underfloor heating. Works by artists including the French sculptor Auguste Rodin, and the Savoy's artist in residence, Stuart McAlpine Miller, decorate the apartment and are available by "separate negotiation", according to the sales brochure.
"It has been immaculately finished by the current owners and has bespoke products," says Sophie Richardson of agent Knight Frank.
The leasehold for the property, at 3A Palace Green, expires in 2090.