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    Cristiano Ronaldo lists former Manchester mansion for £3.25M

    Cristiano Ronaldo, the international soccer superstar, has listed his former home in Alderley Edge, England, for £3.25 million. Ronaldo purchased the three-story brick house for £3.895 million when he was a Manchester United player over a decade ago. The five-bedroom house is decorated in a gothic style, with black shag and cowhide rugs, charcoal grey couches, and sheer black curtains. It also has luxurious amenities like a pool, gym, steam room, cinema room, and a spacious white-and-black lacquer kitchen, which matches the colours of Juventus. Benson Bunch, a local real estate company, listed the property.

    Ronaldo’s decision to sell the property is not surprising given that he left Manchester United almost a decade ago to play for the Italian club Juventus. The property is only 15 miles from his former playing grounds at Old Trafford. Ronaldo, on the other hand, could face a £600,000 loss if the property sells for the asking price.

    Traditional finishes such as light stone tile, hardwood floors, and tall windows can be found throughout the home. Three en-suite bedrooms are available, including a spacious master suite with two adjoining bathrooms and a walk-in closet. Ronaldo has marketed the property for the second time. According to an old listing for the home, it first went on the market in 2013 for £3.75 million.

    According to the listing records, Benson Bunch made no comments about the sale. Images of the house, on the other hand, reveal Ronaldo’s surprisingly Gothic taste in furniture. Ronaldo’s minimalist taste is reflected in the home’s black, spartan decor. The property has been refurbished to an extremely high standard, making it an ideal family home for anyone looking to live a luxurious lifestyle.

    Finally, Ronaldo’s former home in Alderley Edge, England, is on the market for £3.25 million. The property features traditional finishes, luxurious amenities, and gothic-style décor, and it is being marketed by local real estate agency Benson Bunch. While Ronaldo may lose money on the sale, the property represents an opportunity for anyone seeking a luxurious lifestyle in a well-furnished family home.

    Main Image: Daily Mail

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