‘Neighbour from hell’ Rooney sends local property prices plummeting!By ANI
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
LONDON - British footballer Wayne Rooney is said to be causing local property prices to go down, the reason being that no one wants to live next to him.
England defender Wes Brown had put his house, neighbouring Rooney’s in Prestbury, Cheshire, up for 4.5million pounds, but six months later he knocked off 500,000 pounds and asked for a mere 3,950,000 pounds.
“Wayne attracts a lot of attention and the millionaires attracted to the area like to be more discreet,” the Sun quoted a source as saying.
The Prestbury property, also next door to Aston Villa midfielder Stephen Ireland, has been kitted out in flashy designs from top to bottom.
Brown is trying to sell the house because he is having a new home built on a 180-acre farm in nearby Mobberley. (ANI)