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Photos: Here's what a €30 million house in the Cayman Islands looks like

Got some spare millions lying around? Worried about looking flashing if you buy a gaff in Ireland? Never fear.

GOT SOME SPARE millions burning a hole in your pockets and not sure what to do with it? Worried about looking ostentatious if you buy a giant gaff in Ireland?

Don’t worry. We’re here to help. This house – sorry, mansion – is up for sale on Grand Cayman in the Caribbean for a mere €30 million.

What do you get for that money, you might ask? Oh, just year round sunshine, a beach literally outside your front door, a tennis court, wine cellar, wood-panelled rooms, a courtyard, a gym, steam room, and indoor palm trees. Because hey, why not.

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All images: Sothebys International Realty

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