James Bond scenes were filmed in one of the most expensive houses outside of London, a 13-bedroom Grade-I listed stately estate with an asking price of $93.5 mιllιon.

Mike Jatania, a business bιllιonaire, is attempting to sell a 13-bedroom Grade-I listed mansion in west London. This beautiful mansion was used in both Live and Let Die and The Man with the Golden Gun.

The Guardian reports that Lancelot “Capability” Brown’s 18th-century Buckinghamshire parkland, Denham Place, spans 17 hectares (43 acres).

This home will be sold next week by Knight Frank, Savills, and Beauchamp Estates for 75 million pounds ($93.5 mιllιon).The only property of comparable splendor and pedigree close to Central London, according to Rightmove, is “a mansion built in 1688-1701”.

The private palace-like 28,525 square foot William and Mary Manor house has conference spaces designed to resemble sovereign chambers. A Grade II-listed coach house, estate cottages, service buildings, and vehicle storage are all part of the 11,199 square foot estate.

This home’s history includes such notable figures as the Bonaparte Imperial family, J.P. Morgan, Lord Robert Vansittart, and Harry Saltzman, among others.