Chelsea legend and former England International, John Terry has sold his 18th century mansion in Surrey for £23 million.
John Terry made a massive £20 million profit by selling the mansion he bought for £4.1 million in 2019.
Terry bought the building and renovated it with wife Toni, installing several facilities in the house before selling it for good.
The Sun reports that Terry and his wife have a real eye for interior design and had built a huge outdoor swimming area, a bar and modernised other rooms.
The couple also installed a gym and rebuilt the garages to host a fleet of luxury sports cars.
The former Chelsea captain, who is tipped to return to Stamford as a manager in the future, has been linked with four other properties in the Surrey Estate, one of the most exclusive areas in Britain.
A source told the Sun that Terry and Toni are interested in more property investments.
“They have made a huge profit which they can now use to invest in other homes. It’s a pretty tidy sideline,” the source said.
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