Inside Harry Redknapp’s Sandbanks mansion which footy legend is selling for £7m
Harry Redknapp has reportedly made himself £3million after selling his mansion for £7million.
The former Tottenham Hotspur boss is said to be selling his Millionaire's Row property on the famous Sandbanks stretch of mansions.
Daily Star revealed earlier this week that there are reports on a £7m agreement to sell the Dorset pad.
And he has pounced on a £3.8m new home which is still being completed nearby. The plot of land on which the five-bedroom house is being built is owned by Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk.
Harry and his wife Sandra managed to beat Bournemouth and England striker Callum Wilson with their £3.8m offer.
So what does the home look like?
The property is stretched over four large floors with plenty of space to have lots of guests over or for a large family.
It features stunning floor-to-ceiling windows which lead to a beautiful view of the South Coast sea.
And, of course, it wouldn't be a fancy mansion without an indoor swimming pool which also features a jacuzzi and sauna also on site.
The home also comes with five reasonably sized bedrooms.
Speaking on the real estate deal Harry reportedly made, a source told Daily Star: "Harry has done incredibly well.
"He’s earning a fortune from the sale and bagging the house of his dreams.
"He’s used to making deals on the transfer market, so it’s no surprise he’s done well in real estate several times.
"Although he loves Sandbanks, the new place is the last one he’ll buy to live in.
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"It’s where he and Sandra can retire and spend quality time with the grandkids."
Despite his current home offering epic sea views in Poole, the new house will still be amazing.
It has a huge reception area with a sweeping staircase, double garage and an orangery.
Harry, 73, has become a telly favourite since quitting the game, winning I’m A Celebrity in 2018 and starring in two series of TV’s Harry’s Heroes.
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