Inside Sir Alex Ferguson’s £3.5M mansion including five-bedroom, ‘FERGIE clan’ carpets,… – But Man United legend want sell it after his wife pass away

The legend’s five-bedroom, 7,000 square foot property in Wilmslow, Cheshire comes complete with a stylish open plan kitchen and games room.

The eye-catching home has a chandelier dangling in the hallway

Photos of the property also reveal a dazzling hallway chandelier, en-suite bathrooms and perfectly manicured lawns.

The former Manchester United gaffer likely left off steam in his charming game room – decorated with art work, oak bookcases and a snooker table.

The property also has a unique ‘Ferguson clan’ tartan carpet adorned on the staircase.

Estate agents say: “This impressive, deceptively spacious detached is…positioned within a very private, gated and secure plot.

“It boasts approximately 7,000 sq ft.”

Sir Alex decided to sell the property following the death of his wife, the Mirror reported.

Lady Cathy Ferguson passed away in October aged 84, and is survived by her husband, their three sons, two sisters, 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

He was among the mourners at Sir Bobby Charlton’s funeral earlier this month. Sir Alex has said his wife, who he met in 1964, was a “bedrock” in his life.

There was some controversy during Fergie’s stay at the opulent gaff.

In 2020, Sir Alex lost a planning battle after the neighboring property voiced a significant objection to the application to demolish a two-story house and build a three-story mansion.

Fergie’s lawyers sent a five-page protest letter to the organizers.

He claimed that the removal of the trees would alter the natural landscape and jeopardize his privacy.

He said the removal of trees was “likely to have a significant impact on the character of the area and the existing privacy standards afforded”.

But planners decided to allow the scheme to ahead.

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