Former Manchester United player Gary Neville’s luxurious former mansion in Bolton, where he resided during his playing days, has been put up for sale by estate agent PLM Sales.
The four-bedroom property, which also served as a home to former teammate David Beckham for a year, features an infinity pool, a tennis court, and a mini five-hole golf course in its 35-acre grounds.
Neville, who converted a barn into the plush mansion in 1999, has previously revealed that Beckham had his own suite in the house, known as the Beckham Suite, and that the former England captain used to cook meals for him.
The property also boasts a fully decked out entertainment room with a £60,000 bar, a 6ft projector screen, and disco strobe lighting.
Neville moved out of the house in 2003 but still owns nearby land where he infamously tried to build an eco-house. The property has been valued at £3 million but the asking price has not been disclosed.