GARY Neville’s amazing former mansion – where David Beckham also lived for a year – has been put up for sale.
The Manchester United legend inhabited the four-bedroom pad during his illustrious playing days at Old Trafford.
The swanky property has an infinity pool, tennis court and even its own mini five-hole golf course in the grounds.
The luxurious 35-acre hot-spot has previously been valued at around £3million but Estate agent PLM Sales has asked for a price on application.
United legend Neville converted a barn into the plush mansion back in 1999 – the same year the Red Devils won the treble.
Part of the house is known as the Beckham Suite, as former team-mate David, 45, lived there for a year when his wife Victoria, 46, was away.
Neville has since revealed that while Becks was staying with him, the former England captain would do all the cooking.
He told the Guardian in 2014: “He’d make food for me all the time.
“Stir-fries with noodles and vegetables and pasta dishes with sauces – a lot of pasta.”
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Neville moved out of the house in Bolton back in 2003, but still owns land nearby where he infamously tried to build his Teletubby style eco house.
Yet prospective buyers are still reminded of the famous former owner as two wooden carved lions on the stairway bearing the United and England crests remain.
The 9,900 square foot mansion has an integrated sound and music system, and residents can talk to anyone in a different room via an intercom.
It also boasts a fully decked out entertainment room, which includes a £60,000 bar, disco strobe lighting and a 6ft projector screen.
The swanky infinity pool fits up to eight and all of the windows are bulletproof with a remotely-monitored CCTV system.
The bedrooms all have walk-in wardrobes and en-suites, while the master has its own special steam room.
And the plush gardens have their very own golf course and tennis court.
SunSport revealed last year that Neville was offering his hotel penthouse for rent – at a staggering £25,000 per month.
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