Australia’s most incredible man cave is up for sale.

Laurie Anderson has had few reasons to visit the upstairs of his Melbourne home, and who could blame him? Built under his hydraulic driveway is a room with beer on tap, an underwater view of the pool, a digital golf driving range, arcade games and more.

The mastermind behind the underground haven says his ideas have come from more than 35 years in the home building industry as head of Melbourne-based company Anderson Homes.

“I was out one night 10 years ago and walked past a bar and driving range and thought, 'I’m going to put one of those in my house one day',” owner Laurie told news.com.au.

“The bar area downstairs with the beer on tap I picked up on doing some pubs around town. But I’ve got simple tastes, so it’s Carlton Draught."

And if beer isn’t your thing, you’ll be able to find something in the walk-in wine cellar, which is just next to the billiards table and curved TV.

Understandably, Laurie’s mates aren’t too happy with his decision to sell the home, but he assures them the next man cave will be even better.

“I’m telling them ‘wait until they see the next one. I’m going to put a 10-pin bowling alley in’,” he said.

The luxury of the Melbourne home (which can be entirely controlled with a smartphone) doesn’t end in the basement, in fact, the kitchen on the ground floor won the Master Builders Association 2017 Kitchen of the Year award.

“Every now and then you come across a really wonderful home. This one has just got so much technology in it and so many special features that you just don’t see every day,” real estate agent Jeremy Desmier told 7 News.

The house is expected to fetch a cool $6.5 million when it goes under the hammer on May 5.

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