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Ashes Hero Freddie Flintoff Slashes £1.5M Off Mansion He Has Never Lived In

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Could it be the large stone-carved cricket wicket and bails on the front apex of the prestigious mansion?

Or maybe it is corny drinks bar or the plethora of leisure equipment including two swimming pools, a sauna, a snooker room, a gym and a steam room.

But whatever the reason, the prestigious abode of former cricketer Andrew Flintoff has failed to attract a buyer.

The Ashes star originally put the six-bedroom mansion up for sale almost a year ago for the princely sum of £5m.

But the house has languished on the market for more than 10 months forcing Flintoff, 32, to bring down his asking price by a 10 per cent.

It is now on the market for £4.49m the hope of attracting a fresh wave of millionaire property hunters.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1327743/Andrew-Flintoff-slashes-asking-price-WAG-mansion-500-000.html#ixzz14hxvD455

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Too many £3m+ new builds chasing too few footballers (occasional cricketer)

c£1m to build and he clearly overpaid for the plot (Nice one Sparky!)

There's a 1.2 acre PLOT just up the road for sale at £3,500,000. :lol: Come on, even footballers and cricketers can't be this f*cking stupid surely!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-22225426.html

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