Wayne Rooney is a Manchester United star and an England Icon. He’s probably one of the most Iconic footballers to ever grace the beautiful game and give us many memorable memories to cherish for a lifetime. But today we are going to talk about the properties tt Wayne Rooney owns.
Throughout his career, Rooney has generated a massive worth of $ 100 million by playing and endorsements and has bought some of the lavish properties one can dream of, so without further adou let’s look into Wayne Rooney’s portfolio.
$20 million home in Cheshire dubbed a ‘luxury estate of distinction’:
Former Manchester United stat, Wayne and Coleen Rooney moved into their 20 millions worth Cheshire Mansion. Developer Brighouse Homes boasts that the newly built property of the former Manchester United star as a “luxury estate of distinction”. The mansion is 30 miles away in the far cry in Cheshire Countryside.
Wayne and Coleen sold their previous five-bedroom property for £3.7million back in May, after the couple decided they no longer had reason to keep it once they were settled into their new property.
Wayne and Coleen had bought the plot of land for £1.5million back in 2005 and built their family home, which had a gym, swimming pool, cinema and a five-a-side football pitch. But their new property is even bigger and better, and boasts everything from a swimming pool, steam room and hot tub to horse stables, a wine store and a snooker room, Manchester evening news.
The new mansion is situated on 50-acre farmland in the High Lake Manor, it mixes traditional and contemporary styles, with modern features and has numerous luxurious interiors.
Once known as Mount Pleasant Farm, the country estate, located within the ‘Golden Triangle’ in the village of Ollerton, has been renamed the High Lake Manor.
The six bedroom mansion has an indoor swimming pool and underground spa, surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking out onto the landscaped gardens, it also has a swimming pool, steam room and a hot tub, a wine cellar, horse stables and home cinema for Wayne and wife Coleen Rooney and family to relax.
The Lavish mansion also has a whiskey and cigar room, Wayne Rooney also installed a snooker room. It also has a study and library room perfect for keeping Rooney’s three autobiographies.
The Cheshire Mansion has a garden that has a patio area running across the back of the house, with an outdoor dining area and gas heaters are perfect for entertaining the Rooney family and friends.
It has a football pitch for his sons Kai, Klay, Kit and Cass. It also has a six car garage. Wayne and Coleen Rooney also installed security cameras, after their previous 6 millions property in Prestbury was previously targeted.
Rooney, now manger of Championship team Derby County, took up football there and met Coleen when they were both 12. A source said: “Wayne will be absolutely chuffed to have his own manor.” Set in a secluded spot the mansion boasts it’s own orangeries and a spot behind a lake.
Despite having bought the plot for only £4 million in 2017, the family was able to move in over Christmas 2021 after the development project was completed with delays amid the Covid pandemic.
Wayne and wife Coleen Rooney were previously accused of turning the picturesque village of Marthall, near Knutsford, into a “footballers’ housing estate” by a local parish council.
The surrounding villages in Cheshire are popular with players from Manchester City and Manchester United, including Raheem Sterling, John Stones and Kyle Walker, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, and Luke Shaw, as well as Liverpool and Everton players Jordan Pickford and Jordan Henderson.
The area, known as Cheshire’s Golden Triangle, was also formally home to David and Victoria Beckham, Rio Ferdinand and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Secret £5m Barbados pad:
Wayne Rooney and wife Coleen owns a lavish house in the overseas – where they rent out a spectacular Barbados villa for more than £25,000 a week in the high season.
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