Gary Barlow’s vast estate goes back on the market

GaryIt wasn’t long ago we told you about Robbie Williams’ sprawling manor on Rightmove, but it appears bandmate Gary once had some serious digs of his own!

Gary Barlow’s former home has been put up for a sale for £7.25million. Gary is thought to have bought the property for a cool £1million back in 1995, right around the time Robbie broke millions of young girls’ hearts by leaving Take That; he then sold the house around 5 years ago for around 4.7million (after he’d installed a state-of-the art recording studio of course!)

Have a look around!

Delemere Manor Estate is situated in Cuddington, Cheshire and is just what you’d expect from a boyband (now more ‘manband’) heartthrob. The property boasts six bedrooms, a nightclub, cinema room, a gym and a games room… and that’s just in the main house! The estate itself also houses the Delemere Manor Lodge which has a further four bedrooms and a staff flat with further accommodation above the garage of the manor.

In the main house, the ‘celebrity’ status of the property is clear; the master bedroom enjoys views across the rambling gardens and there are doors leading to a roof terrace (perfect for hot tub!). The guest rooms aren’t too shabby either… one of them has its own sitting room – now that’s one way to make your guests feel at home!

The whole estate is set in around 117 acres of unspoilt countryside which includes a breath-taking 6 acre lake, a tennis court and a Victorian pump house. Not only are the grounds stunningly beautiful and painstakingly private (a must for popstars!) but the X Factor judge’s former home also comes complete with extensive equestrian facilities. We’re not exactly horsey experts here at Rightmove HQ but a stable yard, feed room, tack room, grooms’ sitting room, paddocks and fields, all sound mighty impressive to us!

If you’re on the market for an expansive estate of your own and like the idea of more land than you could possibly discover, then check out these dream properties across the UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cotswolds – £10,750,000 (180 acres)
Cotswolds – £10,750,000 (180 acres)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surrey – £20,000,000 (216 acres)
Surrey – £20,000,000 (216 acres)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

West Midlands – £3,750,000 (150 acres)
West Midlands – £3,750,000 (150 acres)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yorkshire – £5,500,000 (234 acres)
Yorkshire – £5,500,000 (234 acres)

 

 


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