John Terry’s 11,000sq foot mansion with indoor pool and cinema goes on sale for £6.5m

A LUXURIOUS sprawling home which used to belong to England and Chelsea legend John Terry is on the market for more than £6 million.

The swanky mansion, just 10 minutes from Chelsea’s training ground in Cobham, Surrey, boasts an indoor swimming pool and a cinema.

For a Blues fan with cash to splash, they will able to buy a little piece of their club’s history in the exclusive Crown Estate.

It even comes equipped with an AstroTurf pitch put in by Terry himself.

The house, which measures more than 11,000sq ft in total, is on sale on Rightmove for £6.5 million.

There are four spectacular bedroom suites in the main house, while the guest wing has two further bedrooms and a shower room.

“It’s easy to see why a Premier League footballer would have felt at home here”

Miles Shipside, property expert, Rightmove

Outside the house, there is a whole acre of gardens and a triple garage.

Atmospheric outdoor lighting, an irrigation system and a full-width terrace are a few more of the features of the former Premier League champion’s ex-home.

The mansion is on Queens Drive, a private road which makes up the prestigious Crown Estate.

Once owned by the Royal family, this area is now home to some of the UK’s most exclusive addresses.

Rightmove property expert Miles Shipside said: “This is a remarkably luxurious property which has been beautifully refurbished inside.

“It’s easy to see why a Premier League footballer would have felt at home here.

“The house ticks all the boxes when it comes to living a millionaire lifestyle and I’m sure this home will make a family very happy.”

This home is listed for sale with property company Savills.

Terry, 38, left Chelsea in 2017 after a spectacular 19-year career.

In that time, the Barking-born defender won almost every trophy in the game, including five Premier Leagues, five FA Cups, three League Cups, one Champions League, one Europa League, and two Community Shields.

Terry was shown crying his eyes out after his last game for the Blues at Stamford Bridge.

As well as almost 500 appearances for Chelsea, Terry also won 78 caps for England.

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