There is no doubt that Roger Federer owns one of the most idyllic homes of any sports star we have ever seen.
The tennis legend, who owns several properties, owns a magnificent glass house that cost £ 6.5million with incredible views of Lake Zurich.
The three-story resort also has two separate guest apartments – two of which are Fed’s parents, 38, Robert and Lynette, who are said to be living with him and his wife, Mirka.
Take a peek at the magnificent excavations of the eight-time Wimbledon winner.
WHERE IS IT?
In 2014, Federer, worth over £ 450million, moved into the tax haven house in Wollerau, Canton Schwyz.
A state-of-the-art building, it features floor-to-ceiling windows, large balconies overlooking peaceful Lake Zurich, and a glass dome above the living space.
Because it has one of the lowest taxed municipalities in Europe, it has attracted the rich and famous.
Multi-millionaire F1 drivers Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa have also made Wollerau their home over the years.
The house was built from the ground up and has all the amenities that a top sports star would want.
Apart from this incredible panoramic view, Roger has a lot to do.
The property has a swimming pool with spa, as well as a first-class gym.
Both will ensure that the Fed stays on top of its game.
There is also an underground car park, where he can park his exquisite Mercedes Benz collection.
However, it is his parents who benefit the most.
Family man Roger thought it was the perfect home for his Slovak-born wife, Mirka, and their four children, Myla, Charlene, Lenny and Leo.
But he was quick to make sure his mother and father were on board as well.
That is why he built two separate apartments in the three floors, where they are supposed to reside.
Roger has always praised the way his parents raised him.
He once revealed that they are never aggressive and that he cares about everything he does – not just tennis.
It made her swear to parenting the same way they did with her own children, so maybe having them on hand will help show her the way.