A "one-of-a-kind, truly world-class" mansion is up for sale for £7.5 million.

The property in High Street, Angmering, has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and eight reception rooms.

According to estate agents Tyron Ash International Real Estate, the home, named Tall Trees, also has a 12-seater cinema, a full-size tennis court, an indoor pool complex and a sauna.

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A large spiral staircase can also be seen in the entrance hall of the property which acts as the "centrepiece" of the home.

From the ground floor, this staircase divides the home into three parts with a central space, an east wing and a west wing, which has been named by estate agents as the entertainment wing.

This part of the home features a number of notable rooms including a library, which has ceiling-height mahogany panelling.

The Argus: The staircase is a central part of the home

This area of the home also has a 12-seater cinema room that comes equipped with surround sound speakers, a top-of-the-range projector, and state-of-the-art entertainment systems.

As well as this, the walls in this room have panelling that was sourced from the original Savoy Hotel in London before it was refurbished and reopened in 2010.

At the end of the West Wing, there is also a "large gas-heated swimming pool" room, which also includes a sauna, steam room, changing room, wash room for guests and a waterproof wall-mounted television.

The Argus: The pool is heated

Above the pool is a giant skylight with wrap-around glass doors and windows on the walls that open onto the garden.

In the east wing of the home's ground floor is where the living areas of the home can be found.

This includes a large utility room, a snug, an office, a kitchen, a pantry, a wine chiller room and a family room.

Estate agents have said that the kitchen of the property is a "masterpiece" with marble worktops and a central island dominating the room.

The Argus: The kitchen has a central island

The centre area of the home has a lounge, a drawing room and a "formal" dining area.

The first floor of the home, which can be accessed by the spiral staircase or a lift, is where the six bedrooms can be found.

One of these is the master suite which has a queen-sized bed and dropdown projector.

This room also has two ensuite bathrooms, equipped with TVs, and dressing rooms in a his-and-hers style.

There is also a balcony which offers 180-degree views across the grounds and village.

The Argus: The master bedroom has a balcony area

The home also has five other "large" bedrooms on this floor, as well as a small kitchen facility.

Outside of the home, the property boasts a similar sense of "grandeur".

As well as a fountain to the front of the home, which divides the two separate driveways, there is also a pond with a bridge, a "walled-herb garden", a small water feature, a terrace area and a full-size tennis court.

The property also comes with a number of outbuildings including a summer house, which offers separate living space and storage, as well as a golf simulator and garage space for cars to be kept.

The property is on the market for £7.5 million.