The Cheshire mansion once owned by Frodsham's Gary Barlow will open its private gates to the public this weekend (March 28 and 29).
Delamere Manor, in Cuddington, boasts six master bedrooms, various private dining rooms and its own nightclub.
The 100 acre house also has three huge reception rooms, manicured gardens, a Victorian pump house and a six-acre lake.
It was purchased by Michelle Stubbs who was whisked off by Gary to a Take That concert in Dublin to seal the deal.
Now former lawyer Michelle is launching it as a premium wedding and private hire venue.
Michelle has enlisted the expertise of Joanne Penney who has worked in event hire industry for more than 20 years.
Joanne said: “We have some wonderful things happening at our VIP event on March 26 including stunning jewellery from Boodles and cars from Rolls Royce and Bentley.”
Delamere Manor has only had a few owners since the Wilbraham family bought it the 1700s.
Take That's Gary spent 10 years at the house, reportedly designing it in tribute to Elton John’s mansion.
The luxury estate can host weddings parties from 50 to 300 guests and will be available for exclusive hire for brides looking for 'the perfect English wedding day'.
Michelle, who has since redecorated with its next use in mind, will also hire out its nightclub for special parties.
She will host an exclusive VIP event on Thursday, March 26.
Delamere Manor will be open from 10am to 4pm on Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29 .