Robbie Williams' mansion loss
'Angels' singer Robbie Williams is set to lose £1 million through the sale of his seven-bedroom mansion in Wiltshire, England
This article is from 2010.
Robbie Williams is set to lose £1 million through the sale of his country mansion.
The 'Angels' singer - who bought the £8.1 million property in an idyllic Wilshire estate last year - is expected to miss out on the enormous sum as he sells the 71-acre property for a huge cut.
The seven-bedroom house - where Robbie has installed a soccer pitch and a dirt track - is being advertised at £7.5 million, but Robbie is panicking he can't afford to keep it any longer and is reportedly willing to accept £400,000 less than the asking price.
The singer has also decided to advertise the property in Britain's Country Life magazine.
A source told the Mail Online: "Robbie used the grounds for his own interests, not really considering the impact on the picturesque estate. It is, though, no wonder they haven't been used in the pictures to sell the house in the magazine. After all, football pitches and dirt tracks don't really appeal to your average Country Life magazine reader with millions of pounds to lavish on an estate."
The 'Angels' star bought the house because of his fascination for aliens and the because the area is known for sightings of UFOs (unidentified flying objects).
However, it is believed the 36-year-old pop star will now relocate to Los Angeles permanently with his fiancee Ayda Field.