A six-bed mansion listed for £4.8 million in a sought-after location, popular with Premier League footballers, has been compared to ‘a leisure centre from 1994’.
The three-floored house, which has not even been built yet, has been brought to life using CGI photos.
The property is set to boast an underground garage, swimming pool, sunken spa pool and gym.
There will also be a cinema, games room, music room and a safe room for added security.
However, one house hunter joked: ‘If you are searching for a dream house that looks like a medium sized market town leisure centre, from 1994…
The proposed development (not pictured) is situated close to Knutsford (above) which is popular with Premier League footballers including Wayne Rooney, John Stones and Kyle Walker
‘£4.8 million and this baby’s yours.’
Another added, ‘The multiple toilets and changing rooms just add to that feel.’
The house, located in Mobberley, Cheshire is just across from the village Knutsford, home to many top flight stars like Wayne Rooney, John Stones and Kyle Walker.
The six-bed pad will be set in six acres of land amid the countryside and will have a lift linking all the floors for maximum luxury.
The house – which has just been reduced in price – is being sold by Savills and advertised through Rightmove.
The listing reads: ‘A rare opportunity to create a unique and spectacular family home offering over 22,500 sq ft of accommodation set in approx six acres of land.
‘The property when completed will offer incredibly light, airy, spacious accommodation.
‘The accommodation is thoughtfully laid out over three floors with a flexible layout that is ideal for modern family living and entertaining on a grand scale.’
Home hunters have compared the house to a council-run leisure centre due to its appearance from the outside
One user added: ‘The multiple toilets and changing rooms just add to that feel’
One comment read, ‘Confused by this. Does the insane price tag actually include the cost of the build? ‘It says it’s an “opportunity to create”
One comment read, ‘Confused by this. Does the insane price tag actually include the cost of the build? ‘It says it’s an “opportunity to create”.
‘Are you just getting the land and planning permission? And for that right I’d like a few more of the CGI images since you can’t actually, you know, view it.’
Another user replied: ‘I think that’s just the land.
‘Crazy eh, it’s been reduced a few times too, unsurprisingly.’