The 142-year-old five-bedroom Ashbrooke Cottage wouldn't look out of place in the Australian outback or within South Africa's National Kruger Park.
But you'll actually find it in less exotic surroundings in Sunderland, just 14 miles from presenters Ant and Dec's beloved Newcastle.
Tropical plants and tall trees line the boundaries of the sprawling property which boasts large outdoor terraces including a jacuzzi and spa.
Estate agent Sanderson Young have put the home on the market with offers over £1,995,000.
It boasts five generously sized bedrooms with trendy open brickwork throughout.
The estate agents say the decorations have been designed to mimic 'an idyllic savannah in Africa or a prairie overlooking a game park'.
Busts of African game animals adorn the living room wall while leather seat throws and potted plants help complete the 'wild' theme.
Another of the seating areas features a huge painted wall depicting a jungle scene of green leaves and tropical plants.
Lavish exposed brick and tile with wood contrast can be found dotted throughout the property while balconies house huge plants and offer stunning views of the surrounding area.
The cottage was built in 1881 and is located in the upmarket Ashbrooke Road area of Sunderland - home of Championship football club nicknamed the Black Cats.
The current owners have lived in the property for the last 13 years and in that time they have revamped the house to celebrate their international travels.
The estate agent said: 'The use of conservation materials which reflect Asian, Thai and African design contrast very well with modern wiring, plumbing and kitchen facilities to create beautiful living spaces with amazing interior design, lighting, architecture and fireplaces.
'The ground floor at upper level from Ashbrook Road leads into the reception hall, bedrooms and further bedrooms above, all of which have amazing, individual layouts, designs, styling and taste.
'The fabulous staircase leads down to the lower ground level which provides the principal entertaining spaces with three large living rooms and a magnificent kitchen, as well as open terraces with glass balconies and beautiful entertaining areas including jacuzzi, spa and lovely open fireplaces for winter nights.
'This house has great appeal throughout all seasons and the use of clever glazed windows, lanterns and bi folding doors opens up the light into the space throughout the whole of the year.
'Ashbrooke Cottage has five bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as the four reception rooms and the numerous, beautifully fitted entertaining areas to the exterior.
'The standards of design and the clever presentation throughout must be viewed to fully appreciate.
'This is such an amazing and beautiful property, we are delighted to have been asked to find the future custodian of this outstanding, magnificent house.'2023-09-21T14:40:07Z dg43tfdfdgfd