Wayne Rooney has had great success so far in his years as a professional footballer.
The English superstar has also achieved quite a lot in his private life, being the owner of a mega-mansion in Cheshire.
The wealthy Manchester United striker—who also owns a £5 million house in Barbados and an apartment in Florida—currently lives in his Prestbury palace with his wife Coleen Rooney and his baby boy Kai.
The neo-Georgian house’s value is around £4 million.
Its land previously held the foundation of a 1930s mansion. The Rooney couple, however, demolished it, with the intention of building what is now their dream home.
Inside Wayne Rooney’s house lie a cinema, conservatory, sports stadium and statues.
There are also sweeping staircase, plasma televisions, a huge indoor swimming pool, changing room and Jacuzzi.
Surely, you don’t expect such a luxury home to lack of extravagance when it comes to its “cleaning places." Its bathrooms are decorated with gold-plated taps and lavatory seats.
A large games room also adds to the value of the house, with video games, pinball machines, a 1950s style jukebox and golf simulator completing it.
Cooking in a vast area is always agreeable, and Coleen Rooney apparently shares this opinion. It was once made known that the couple considered their tennis court-sized kitchen—containing a tall fridge and breakfast bar—as the main part of their entire mansion.
Security was also a concern for the Rooneys during the building of their home. With a triple garage encompassing their cars, they thought it would be useful to have a £30,000 CCTV system.