Ronaldo Lists Ex-Manchester Home for £3.25M

Exploring Cristiano Ronaldo's Stylish Property Up for Sale

by Zain ul Abedin
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Ronaldo Lists Ex-Manchester Home for £3.25M
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Nearly a decade after departing Manchester United, global soccer phenomenon Cristiano Ronaldo is set to part ways with his luxurious residence in Alderley Edge, an upscale English village located merely 15 miles from the iconic Old Trafford.

Cristiano Ronaldo, currently showcasing his talents as a forward for Juventus in Italy, has placed his three-story, five-bedroom brick mansion on the market for a cool £3.25 million (approximately US$4.1 million), as indicated by recent listings.

This move may result in a £600,000 shortfall for the 33-year-old Portuguese icon, Cristiano Ronaldo, who initially secured the property for £3.895 million back in 2007, per Land Registry documents. The home's interior, showcased in available photographs, unexpectedly leans towards a Gothic aesthetic.

It features an array of dark furnishings, including a black shag, cowhide rugs, a plush charcoal-gray sofa, and even sheer black curtains, all of which contrast starkly against the home's more conventional aspects like its light stone-tile and hardwood flooring and expansive windows.

Ronaldo's Luxe Mansion Features

Among its myriad of high-end features, Cristiano Ronaldo's home boasts a swimming pool, a sleek kitchen decked in Juventus's signature white-and-black, a steam room, a cinema, and a fully-equipped gym.

These details come from the property's listing with Benson Bunch, a local real estate firm, which has yet to respond to inquiries for comments. See the video below. The mansion includes three en-suite bedrooms, highlighted by a sprawling master suite complete with dual adjoining bathrooms and a walk-in closet, emphasizing the property's blend of luxury and privacy.

This marks Cristiano Ronaldo's second attempt at selling his Alderley Edge property, having previously listed it in 2013 for £3.75 million. Since leaving Manchester United in 2009, Ronaldo has remained one of soccer's most illustrious figures, yet he has opted not to comment on the sale of his English residence.

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