The Hollywood superstar bought the $16 million (£10 million) property following his marriage to British lawyer Amal Alamuddin last year (14), and they are thought to be permanently relocating to the nine-bedroom manor.

Clooney is currently revamping the house and grounds after submitting documents to the local council requesting planning permission, but he has been ordered to remove a newly-installed fence by officials at Britain's National Environment Agency (NEA).

NEA bosses reportedly objected to the structure because it is too close to a nearby riverbank, according to Britain's Daily Mail.

According to the plans, the couple wants to add a new swimming pool and pool house, a grand terrace and a large private cinema to the home which already boasts a library, gym, spa, steam room and wine cellar.