West Ham striker Andy Carroll has put his Chigwell house up for sale with an asking price of £5m.
The 30-year-old Hammer who has less than six months remaining on his West Ham contract is selling his nine-bedroom Essex mansion with the details listed on Rightmove.co.uk
Estate agents John Thoma describe the home “A spectacular nine bedroom property set in over one acre of private gated landscaped grounds, this home has over 8,000 sq ft of luxurious living space and includes an amazing huge open plan bespoke kitchen/breakfast/ living room, a cinema room, lounge, dining room/orangery, annexe with games room with bar.
The property has been designed and finished to a very high standard, with modern clean lines, fine wall coverings, high-quality furnishings and appliances. on the ground and first floor there is zoned underfloor heating, throughout the home, there is an integrated sound system and a lutron lighting system.”
Club insiders attempted to play down the news claiming there were no bids for the player but there are regular suggestions that he and the family could make a move to the US to play in the MLS after his contract with West Ham finishes this summer.