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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2041841/Peter-Crouch-moves-Andrew-Flintoffs-Cheshire-mansion-4-5m.html

When you earn £80,000 a week you can afford to live in the lap of luxury.

And Peter Crouch has his pick of prime property.

The footballer has moved his family into a £4.5million for Andrew Flintoff’s Cheshire mansion which he will be renting as the family move north following his transfer to Stoke City.

The six-bedroom property will be perfect for Peter, wife Abbey and their six-month-old daughter Sophia.

Not sure how they know it's worth £4.5m

Cricketer Freddie Flintoff originally bought the plot for £1.85 million and knocked down the existing house to built the current one for his wife Rachel and their three children.

The property was put on the market for £5million but after two years without selling it has now been put up for rental and was snapped up by Peter and Abbey.

Ah, it's because that's what he thinks it's worth.

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Met Flintoff 10yrs ago. Was walking from table to table helping himself to the dregs from everyone's drink before being carried off by a team mate. No doubt his earlier 'exuberance' led to a shorter than should have been England career. Still, he cashed in on IPL riches before his body finally broke so all's well……

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Met Flintoff 10yrs ago. Was walking from table to table helping himself to the dregs from everyone's drink before being carried off by a team mate. No doubt his earlier 'exuberance' led to a shorter than should have been England career. Still, he cashed in on IPL riches before his body finally broke so all's well……

Burgled again. Should get himself a decent doors, locks and other security.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-16298160

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