HOME SWEET HOME   You could get paid £2,000 a week to stay at luxury homes around the world

A LUXURY website is looking for someone to stay in their five-star properties around the world - and they'll even pay you £2,000 a week for the job.

With destinations including a chateau on the French Riviera or a 25-bedroom Spanish villa, all you have to do is review the home to earn the big bucks.

The job is being advertised by HushHush, dubbed the "Amazon for millionaires".

The position of Luxury Home Tester comes with a pro rata salary of £52,000 including travel expenses for just four months work reviewing the properties.

The advert explains: "The successful candidates will be required to travel to similar properties and put together a detailed report covering each property’s location, accessibility, style, comfort and suitability for the website.

"After each week-long-stay, reviewers will be expected to submit an 800-word account of the property, and its surrounding area, to our concierge team within five days of returning home.

Other properties you could be sent to include an ocean-view home in Florida or a 12,000 sq ft mansion in San Francisco.

HushHush will then pay £2,000 on your return, with travel expenses also covered.

Each property tester will review up to 15 properties, as long as you can travel at short notice.

To apply, all you need to do is fill in the form on the HushHush website explaining why you are perfect for the job.

It isn't the first dream job they've offered before - they previously offered £75,000 to become a supercar, yacht and private island tester.

Other jobs they have offered are a £30,000 position to find abandoned supercars.

Sun Online spoke to people who won their dream jobs, from being a bookseller in the Maldives to looking after cats in Greece.

A spa booking website previously advertised a job paying £500 to test spas and hot tubs around the UK.