John Terry is a former England national team player and Chelsea Legend. He is one of the most decorated defenders in the world. He played 19 years for Chelsea and won almost everything, from four Premier League titles, FA Cups, Europe League as well as Champions League.
After retiring from football, he became the assistant manager of Aston Villa in 2018, helping Aston Villa in winning the 2019 Championship play-off final to get promoted back to the Premier League.
John Terry has generated enormous wealth and fortune for playing one of the Europe’s top club for such a long period of time. He net worth is estimated to be around $70 Millions.
But today we will be talking about the Chelsea Legend, John Terry’s houses and properties that he owns.
The Sun Online also reported at, Terry’s booming property portfolio.
John also tried his hands in the property development and he was successful, The real estate Tycoon has already made almost £20million in property deals, and now he’s been granted planning permission to bulldoze one of his mansions and replace it with two new luxury abodes – a move that could make him another £20m.
Latest £20m Mansion:
John Terry has always been a fan of the Surrey area of Oxshott- a ten minute drive from Chelsea’s Cobham training ground – for over a decade now.
He bought Tandem House, his third property in the area for £4.5m and won planning permission to demolish it.
John Terry House plans to build two luxury houses in its place – one six-bed, and one four-bed.
Both of the properties will include a kitchen diner, a family room, drawing room, a bar and games room.
The larger property will also boast a pool and gym.
The property will also have all family home features like, Gym room, swimming pool and cinema room.
£6.5m former family home:
John Terry and wife Toni former six-bed family home in Oxshott went back on the market for £5.5m, however he was forced to lower the price because of coronavirus outbreak.
The Dad-of-two, Terry reportedly bought the property for £2.2m in 2003 and sold it for £5millions in 2013.
Being a keen golfer Terry installed a small Astro turf putting green in the one acre of sprawling gardens.
The Lavish property is situated on a private road on the prestigious Crown Estate, the home boasts one of Surrey’s most exclusive addresses.
The property has a library, horse stables and tennis court, yet the former footballer and wife Toni are still keen on extending it more with lavish renovations.
The mansion also boasts a huge fireplace, black oversized crittall arched windows and stylish herringbone patterned wood flooring.
Terry wanted some changes, and the property was renovated by interior designer Louise Bradley.
John Terry also made a wine and cigar room for himself. The Lavish property also has a hot tub and a luxurious swimming pool.
The mansion has four huge bedrooms in the main house, with two additional rooms and a shower in the guest wing above the triple garage.
The ex-Chelsea defender wants to revamp the garage at his £4.35million Surrey mansion, so he can flaunt his cars such as a Ferrari 275 GTB and a £2 million Enzo. He also planned to build an outdoor party space by his pool – with a covered seating area and bar.
The property is said to be John Terry’s fifth purchase in the Crown Estate area in Oxshatt.
£16m super-mansion sold to the Sultan of Oman:
A fan of the Location, John Terry then bought his second mansion a stone’s throw from his former home for £1.8millions in 2007, and spent £4million renovating the nine-bed property.
The white house dwarfed Terry’s neighbouring pile, and when building work began in 2011, it was believed to involve putting in a 33 x 40ft indoor swimming pool, a steam room, sauna and also a fishing lake.
The house was perfect for the footballer to maintain his privacy and to keep his personal life away from the media as it was only visible to the public from the air and boasted a separate wing for staff, and a visitor annexe in the opposite building.
John had planned to move his family into the property but when the Sultan of Oman made him “an offer he couldn’t refuse” in 2014, he sold it to him.
According to some reports, Terry made at least £10milliond profit on the £16m sale.
Colin Montgomerie’s £5m mansion:
In 2014 John Terry acquired the £4.35millions mansion, former mansion owned by golfer Colin Montgomerie, downsizing from his ‘dream home’.
In 2017, the star was left shaken after some robbers broke into the home and stole £4millions worth of items.
The seven beds property is just down the road from Terry’s previous two properties, and boasts a two-bed staff annex
The property is smaller than his last place, the seven bed property is still situated on a half-acre of land, and it features six bathrooms and four reception rooms.
Some reports say, that Terry reportedly spent £150k replacing the lawn with Astro turf, and the property’s value is thought to have risen to £5m.
Based on his previous track record of snapping up houses in the area, John Terry’s neighbours will be keeping a very beady eye on his next move – waiting for the bulldozers to move in.
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