Two children, two foreign holidays a year and a 21-hour working week would complete the fairytale for most of the British population.
However, the survey of 3,000 people found that 85 per cent of British nationals are fed-up with our current situation in life.
"While a few Britons are content with what they already have, many are simply working towards a better life which involves more money, a bigger house and a fancy car," the Daily Express quoted a spokesman for Sky Broadband, which commissioned the study, as saying.
"It seems our idea of a perfect life isn't always down to money though, as many said having children and getting married are a big part of getting their happy ending," he added.
And time with loved ones is important too-the average adult would ideally spend four hours a day with their family, although they would also like about two-and-a-half hours a day "me time".
Appearance is also important, with women wanting an ideal weight of nine-and-a-half stone and men 12 stone.
In addition, two-thirds of Britons want it all by the age of 42 to live happily ever after. (ANI)