The telly legend and his wife Jane Goldman share their posh pad with their daughters Honey and Betty… and they've spared no expense in making it a dream home.
His home hosts the chatshow host's annual star-studded Halloween bash, and is crammed with comic books, a games room – and a plush retro home office that's full of memoribillia.
Here, we take a look at the place Jonathan calls home.
In one room, Jonathan has hundreds of comic book figurines displayed on shelves. Most of them are still in their boxes – so they'll no doubt be worth a small fortune.
The room is also complete with one-off pieces of character-inspired artwork.
He's also got a giant Christmas tree in his living room.
Another room is covered in pop culture-inspired artwork and has loads of Thunderbirds memorabilia on the shelves.
There's also room for his cats – with scratching posts throughout the house.
Outside the property, there's a Hobbit-style summer house in the garden… and it's covered in ivy.
There's vintage furniture throughout the house, and a music room full of vinyls.
Ross, 58, has previously discussed his love of comic books – revealing he's been obsessed with the genre since childhood.
He said: "I’ve been in love with comics — American comics, mainly — since I first set eyes on them in the late Sixties.
"I must have been eight or nine when my oldest brother Paul brought some beaten up, dog-eared copies of Fantastic Four and DareDevil home from the local junk shop.
"They had a great big ugly '3' in black marker pen scrawled on the cover — that being the price, three pence each.
"When you’d finished reading them you could take them back and get 1p off your next purchase.
"Just as I’ve never met a cake I didn’t like, I never took a comic back, and still have a few of those original 3p copies in my now scarily large collection at home."
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