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Wes Brown forced to slash price of his mansion after it fails to sell in two years

January 02, 2013

Premier League star Wes Brown has cut the price of his country mansion by £1million after failing to sell it for two years. 

Brown, 33, originally put the five-bedroom pile - close to Wayne and Coleen ­Rooney’s mansion - on the market for £4.25million. 

He wanted to sell up after he and wife Leanne and their three daughters Halle, Lilia and Lola decided to move to a rambling farmhouse. 

A few months ago it was thought ex-Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan and boyfriend Scott Sinclair, who plays for Man City, were interested in the ­property in ­Prestbury, Cheshire. 

Pals said that former Man United and England defender Brown, who now plays for Sunderland, was “not too bothered” by the £1million price drop. 

Estate agents have described the property as “a magnificent contemporary mansion” in Cheshire’s prestigious Prestbury area. 

It boasts a cinema room, a vast spiral staircase, a leisure complex and a sound-proofed music studio. 

It even has a swimming pool with a glass roof that looks up into the kitchen.


Source: DailyMirror


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