Mr. Ronaldo, who now plays ahead for Italian club Juventus, listed the 5-bedroom, 3-tale brick residence on Monday for £three.25 million (US$4.1 million), according to list statistics.
The Portuguese footballer is about to take a £600,000 loss if it sells for that asking rate. Mr. Ronaldo, 33, purchased the house for £three.895 million over a decade ago, according to a title record filed with the Land Registry in 2007.Images of the residence monitor Mr. Ronaldo’s exceedingly Gothic taste in furnishings. The spartan decor left inside the house is sort of solely black, including a black shag and cowhide rugs, an opulent charcoal-gray sofa or even sheer black curtains.
Otherwise the home has fairly conventional finishes, together with mild stone-tile and hardwood floors and tall home windows.There’s also a slew of highly-priced facilities, together with a pool, spacious white-and-black lacquer kitchen (Juventus’s crew hues), a steam room, cinema room and a gym, in keeping with snap shots of the residence, that is listing with nearby actual estate corporation Benson Bunch. The brokerage did no longer go back a request for commentThere are 3 en-suite bedrooms in overall, which include a big master bedroom with adjoining toilets and a stroll-in closet.
This is the second time the Portuguese footballer has advertised his former English domestic. The assets first hit the market in 2013 for £three.Seventy five million, in line with an old list for the home.