An unnamed injured Tottenham player was shown around an astonishing eight-bedroom mansion that features a range of amenities and facilities.
The £7 million rated home has a tennis court, private cinema and a swimming pool according to reports and has been placed on the market. The Tottenham player isn’t the only one looking to move into the home as many other potential buyers have been lined up to take up the home.
The property is located in Northaw and has been modelled by Kensington interior designers Oro Bianco. The home is 8,500+ square feet and also features a three-acre private ground just to keep the pesky neighbours out.
The home has been put out by estate agents Fine and Country and their director Matthew Craker did speak highly of the property.
“The house is something else. It’s just got everything really.
“The owners have been there about five years, it was nice before they moved in but they have really gone to town on it and spent a lot of money on it. It just oozes quality.
“A lot of people nowadays go for the largest rooms possible but I think the nice thing is it still feels very, very homely.
“It’s got everything with the tennis court and the swimming pool, I only wish I had £7 million to spend.”
The home also features a sauna, Jacuzzi, gymnasium and a steam room.
The Spurs player that could be linked with the move is either Danny Rose or Harry Kane. The duo are the only noticeable players from the first team with an injury and Kane was the latest player to pick up a long-term injury when he rolled over his ankle.
The club’s top scorer would be looking to come back to action as quickly as possible while Rose’s absence has been dealt with by Ben Davies, who is doing pretty well in the left-back slot.
Spurs face Burnley away from home in their next Premier League tie and will be looking to continue their charge for a second-placed finish in the league.