England boss Gareth Southgate’s 16th Century manor house in North Yorkshire befits the football manager’s fashionable tastes, with six plush bedrooms, a wine cellar and sprawling grounds.
Bouquets of white roses adorn the antique tables, with crystal lamps hanging from the ceiling and standing on bedside chests.
Aged beams line the vaulted ceilings, and racks of candles cast a warm glow over the wood-panelling in the living room.
Over its four floors, the £3.75 million mansion has six massive bedrooms, four bathrooms, a dressing room, a wood-panelled drawing room for entertaining guests, as well as a rustic kitchen.
The interiors feature marble worktops, purple velour soft furnishings, wooded beams and a baronial hall fireplace on display.
Gareth also has a fine antiques collection – from tall golden goblets and black marble statues to vintage fireplace tools and chandeliers, a report by The Sun says.
At the top of the home is a private cinema with electric reclining seats.
Former Middlesbrough FC manager Gareth and his wife Alison bought his Grade 1 listed family home back in 2006 for £3.25 million.
The pair then spent thousands of pounds decking out the mega mansion, which dates back to the 1500s.
They tried to sell the property a decade later, but after being listed for three years they decided to take down the for sale sign so Gareth could concentrate on the England job.
The mansion isn’t the only home on Gareth’s land. There is also a two-bedroom detached cottage and a barn that is currently used as a storage area, but could be turned into another room.
The 8,000 square ft home is set in 4.5 acres of grounds, with its own woodland copse and views of the local reservoir.
It is reportedly haunted by the ghost of a twisted thief called Robinson, who used the wealth he stole from people to build the manor.