George Clooney and his new wife, the London-based human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, appear to have settled for their marital home on the River Thames in Berkshire.
The Mansion was built in the 17th Century and once owned by the Lords of the Manor of Sonning. The mansion consists of nine bedrooms, with 8 bathrooms. A library, gym, spa and steam room, along with a cellar and a boathouse and separate cottage for guests or staff. The home is set in four acres and surrounded by dense trees and expansive gardens which offer all the seclusion required by two famous celebrities.