A LUXURY ten-bedroom mansion where Prince Harry stayed could be yours for less than £20million after having a fortune slashed off the price.
Cove Spring House is a sprawling 14,000 square feet pile that boasts a ten bedrooms and ten bathrooms.
It can be found nestled in the clifftops of Barbados and has massive living areas for the owners, and a separate staff quarters.
The Caribbean property has a large swimming pool, private beach, entertainment terrace, gym and spa facilities on site.
And the mansion also benefits from 24 hour security for those concerned about their privacy.
Estate agents have now slashed £11million of the price – so it could be yours for a bargain price if you can afford the rest of the £20million.
The estate was where the Duke of Sussex stayed with Prince Seeiso of Lesotho to launch the Sentebale Polo Cup at the nearby Apes Hill Polo Club back in 2010.
If you think it looks familiar, you may have spotted it making an appearance on the X Factor in previous years where it played host to Simon Cowell during the Judges’ Houses round.
Other notable guests include Elton John, Anthony Joshua, Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant – and it’s not very hard to see why the stars are flocking to the villa.
The mansion sits on 56,628 square feet of grounds and can be accessed via a private gated driveway and is enveloped by manicured trees and shrubbery.
Cove Spring House is currently on the market with Wilfords Caribbean and One Caribbean Estates for a £19,857,065 after previously being listed for £31.5 million.
Designed using coral stone, the house is bursting with natural light while tradewinds cool the home.
As well as the seven ensuites in the main house, there are an additional three in the guest cottage in the grounds of the home.
The property also boasts a state-of-the-art fitness centre and kitchen space.
It also comes with stunning views of the pristine sapphire Caribbean seas while surrounded with lush vegetation.
And for those really looking for the royal treatment the house also comes with 19 members of staff including butlers, chefs, maids, gardeners and security.
Geoff Wilford, director at Wilfords, said: “Cove Spring House is one of the finest properties on the island of Barbados, a view supported by its popularity with some of the world’s most high profile individuals.”
“The added benefit of this home is its income potential, with the ability to rent it out through private bookings and events.
“Its exceptional location and spectacular design means it will be a popular asset year-round.”