For sale: Andre Gray’s £5 million home

It is a million miles away from his modest upbringing in Wolverhampton – or when he was plying his trade at the likes of Shrewsbury Town and AFC Telford.

Happy – The couple have lived at the house for three years but cannot expand it
Happy – The couple have lived at the house for three years but cannot expand it

Andre Gray is looking for a new home with his fiancee, Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

That means putting his present house on the market, for a shade under £5 million.

The couple have decided to sell up after losing their battle to build an underground pool, gym and jacuzzi at the six-bedroom home in Surrey.

The £5m house is perfect for entertaining, with its own cinema room, five reception rooms, a steam room and two acres of gardens

The estate agent’s details give a fascinating insight into the lives of a footballer and music star.

And they reveal how much 29-year-old Gray has achieved since his upbringing in Whitmore Reans, when he was a youth player for first Wolves and then Shrewsbury Town before embarking on a career that now has him at Watford.

One of six bedrooms in the Surrey home

The couple only moved in three years ago and paid £4.575 million for the stunning home. It boasts six bathrooms, five reception rooms, a ‘wellness suite’ and steam room, plus two acres of gardens and grounds.

A games room and bar has little Little Mix gold and platinum discs on the wall and there is also a plush cinema room. The pad also has a triple garage with further living quarters above.

Seating for 10 in a plush dining room

Estate agent Trevor Kearney believes the house will sell in days – despite a buyer with only a 10 per cent deposit needing to meet £19,763-a-month mortgage payments.

The Savills director posted a comment, saying: “I am thrilled to launch this amazing family home to the market.

"It was my first pitch of 2021 and I absolutely love it!

The bathroom

"This is a seller. The house has been thoughtfully designed to create a wonderful blend of impressive formal entertaining space as well as flexible accommodation for family life and a floor dedicated to leisure; the games room and cinema are absolutely amazing.

"I am really excited about this one going live.”

The couple wanted a spa set into a banked garden with a sunken courtyard and the pool underground. But council officials called the proposed 13ft-high development ‘inappropriate’.

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