Gareth Bale's £2.2 million mansion up for sale

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Gareth Bale's mansion in Woodford Green Gareth Bale's mansion in Woodford Green

The “world’s most expensive player” Gareth Bale has put his five-bedroom mansion up for sale after his recent move to Real Madrid.

The £2.2million property in Clarence Gate, Woodford Green, is being sold by Chigwell-based estate agents Phillip Leigh Associates and boasts five bedrooms, four reception rooms, four bathrooms and a triple garage.

The property is described as having undergone a “complete modernisation” over the last two years resulting in a “luxury modern home which must be seen to be fully appreciated.”

Planning permission has already been granted at the property for the creation of a second floor comprising for two more bedrooms and a bathroom.

The 24-year-old Cardiff-born footballer moved to join Real Madrid earlier this year for a record breaking £86million.

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4:49pm Tue 10 Dec 13

Billy Yerache says...

Mansion in an old asylum hospital, not my cup of tea, even if I could afford it.
Mansion in an old asylum hospital, not my cup of tea, even if I could afford it. Billy Yerache

9:19am Wed 11 Dec 13

MorrisHickey says...

Billy Yerache wrote:
Mansion in an old asylum hospital, not my cup of tea, even if I could afford it.
Thought it would be the natural place for you to live.
[quote][p][bold]Billy Yerache[/bold] wrote: Mansion in an old asylum hospital, not my cup of tea, even if I could afford it.[/p][/quote]Thought it would be the natural place for you to live. MorrisHickey

10:50am Wed 11 Dec 13

Billy Yerache says...

MorrisHickey wrote:
Billy Yerache wrote:
Mansion in an old asylum hospital, not my cup of tea, even if I could afford it.
Thought it would be the natural place for you to live.
I did not like it when it was Claybury Hospital, living there for free, why would I want to go back and pay that sort of money
[quote][p][bold]MorrisHickey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Billy Yerache[/bold] wrote: Mansion in an old asylum hospital, not my cup of tea, even if I could afford it.[/p][/quote]Thought it would be the natural place for you to live.[/p][/quote]I did not like it when it was Claybury Hospital, living there for free, why would I want to go back and pay that sort of money Billy Yerache

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