Andy Carroll on the move

West Ham striker Andy Carroll has reportedly purchased Sir Rod Stewart’s mansion in Epping suggesting he plans to stay in the area after his contract with the Hammers ends this summer.

Rock star Stewart’s Copped Hall has been up for sale for some time having an original asking price of £7.5m but this has still dropped to a guide price of £4.725m. The house features a full-size football pitch, swimming pool, tennis court and stables set in formal gardens.

Estate agents Savills confirmed it recently sold in March but refused to reveal the identity of the buyer.

The Copped Hall online sales brochure on Savills website can be viewed HERE

Carroll put his Chigwell house up for sale with an asking price of £5m in January which is still marked for sale on Rightmove.co.uk

Carroll had been rumoured to a move to American MLS league or a return to Newcastle but a move to Epping suggest his family wants to stay in the South.

About Sean Whetstone

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3 comments on “Andy Carroll on the move

  1. One way to try to guarantee he starts a game…buy you own pitch. Got to find some friends to play with you though…good luck with that! Then no certainty to be fit enough to walk off unaided after 90 minutes!!!! Is there a physio room in the mansion?

  2. Just think.That mansion is paid for by someone who has averaged about 8 games a season since we bought him.Its truly obscene when you pass people sleeping in doorways on our city streets and think about it.

  3. That mooch won the lottery when we signed him. He’ll probably get injured mowing the lawn on his new football pitch.

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