Gareth Southgate’s villa in North Yorkshire, valued at £3.75 million, is spectacular.


Gareth Southgate’s villa in North Yorkshire, valued at £3.75 million, is spectacular.

THE HOUSE OF GARETH SOUTHGATE IN NORTH YORKSHIRE IS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. The spacious home, which is said to be worth around £3.75 million, has a movie room and a separate cottage.

While England takes on Italy in the Euro 2020 Final this evening at 8pm BST, England manager Gareth Southgate will be nervously on the sidelines. Gareth can be seen entering and exiting his massive property in North Yorkshire when he is not guiding the England side to success. The former Middlesbrough FC star, 50, resides in Swinsty Hall, a stunning Grade-I listed mansion.

The 16th-century structure has what looks to be original masonry as well as extensive grounds.

According to the BBC, the England manager’s residence is also near Swinsty Reservoir, near Harrogate, where he is frequently seen walking his dogs and running.

Gareth lives with his wife Alison and their two children in their home.

The house has six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private theater, and a wine cellar, according to reports.

With exposed wooden beams and stone floors, the property has kept many of its original features.

Wood paneling and massive old fireplaces may also be found in several of the rooms.

The imposing mansion is surrounded by 4.5 acres of gardens and features an Elizabethan knot garden.

During his time as manager of Middlesbrough FC, Gareth bought the house in 2006.

Gareth claimed in 2019 that he enjoyed the mentality of the people in Yorkshire and that he enjoys going home after matches to “clear my thoughts.”

Gareth was asked what he liked best about Yorkshire in an interview with Welcome to Yorkshire.

“The people and their industrious, no-nonsense approach, decent morals, honesty, and humility come through,” he remarked.

“I’m associated with everything. I also enjoy returning home from matches to the peace and quiet of living in the country and being able to clear my mind.”

Gareth’s neighbors are used to seeing him out and about.

Sarah Stead, a volunteer at Washburn Heritage Centre, described Gareth as a “wonderful man.”

He frequents the centre’s tea rooms, she told the BBC.

“We find him to be a really wonderful and welcoming neighbor, and it’s an honor to have him so close,” she said.

“He appears to be very dedicated to all he does and is an active member of the community.

“He’s just like any other person in the neighborhood with whom you’d like to strike up a conversation.”

“Brinkwire Summary News.” Gareth grew raised in Crawley.


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