Updown Court, a Neoclassical beacon of insanity located 25 miles outside London, has just been price chopped to a new all-time low: $123 million.

Built in 1924, rescued from fire damage by Arizona architect John Scholz, and first listed for $143.5 million six years ago, Updown Court boasts 103 rooms, five swimming pools, an eight-limousine garage, a $6 million marble heated driveway, a staircase modeled after the one in the late Gianni Versace's mansion in Miami, a two-lane bowling alley, a 50-seat home theater, and, of course, a panic room.

Let's take a video tour through this enclave of earthly delights, shall we?

Republished with permission from Curbed.com. Authored by Sarah Firshein. Photos via Curbed.com.