Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has put his luxurious mansion on the market for £3.85million.
The 45-year-old has decided on a change of scenery after his stunning Manchester property was seen advertised online.
Nestled inside a gated parkland area, the plush seven-bedroom pad boasts six bathrooms and reception rooms across three floors, while entertainment is not hard to come by.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has put his luxurious seven-bedroom mansion on sale for £3.85million
The plush seven-bedroom pad has six bathrooms and reception rooms across three floors and is nestled in a private location
The minimalist design is a common theme throughout the house, giving off a clean and pristine feel
Scholes (centre), who retired from professional football in 2012, is now enjoying punditry work for BT Sport
The property has its own private five-a-side football pitch and putting range outside along with play areas to keep the younger ones busy for hours on end.
When you enter the property, guests will be greeted by a minimalist decor along with polished stone floors and mazy walkways above.
The mansion also comes with a fully-equipped gym, which will allow future buyers to keep fit, especially in these times of lockdown.
A breakfast bar sits at the edge of one of the islands, which comes fitted with a minibar and high-end kitchen appliances
A pool table sits in one of the many open-plan lounging areas as floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to flood in
The property has its own five-a-side football pitch and putting range outside, making sure those staying never go bored
The gym area also boasts a BATAK machine that is often used by the world’s top sportsmen in maintaining their lightning-quick reactions.
As you make your way up the mansion level by level, scenic views of the woodland area fill the floor-to-ceiling windows around the outer edge, making sure each room is brightly lit with natural light.
It also comes with its own L-shaped swimming pool, while a sauna, steam room and sensory room aren’t too far away.
Guests can also lounge on the roof terrace to really soak in those far-reaching views.
The property has its own L-shaped swimming pool, while a sauna, steam room and sensory room aren’t too far away
The master suite also comprises separate ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ dressing rooms and en-suite bathroom, along with scenic views
The gym also boasts a BATAK machine that is often used by the world’s top sportsmen in maintaining their reaction speed
Scholes, who retired from professional football in 2011 before returning to Old Trafford for one season in 2012, is now enjoying punditry work for BT Sport.
The former England international made 718 appearances in a glittering career for Manchester United, where he won two Champions Leagues and 11 Premier League titles between 1994 and 2013.
He is also co-owner of Salford City along with fellow United icons David Beckham, Phil and Gary Neville , Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs.
The property is currently listed for sale with Rightmove.