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Recently the British singer Robbie WIliams told that his mansion in Wiltshire, United Kingdom, was haunted. This because of its long history and, of course, because of how difficult it was to sell it.
Williams included in 2010 this mansion in the real estate market and it was not until now that he managed to finalize the sale after the modification in many opportunities of its cost.
Finally the new owner paid £6.75 million pounds, which is equivalent to approximately $9.2 million dollars. According to specialists, the property was sold at a loss, since the singer and his wife bought the place in 2009 for $11 million..
At the moment it is not known who was the brave millionaire who decided to buy the mansion in which according to the British, his daughter had unpleasant experiences with the room where she slept: “When he was old enough to talk, I asked him, ‘Do you like the room? Do you like the house?’ and she said, ‘I don’t like that house.’ I asked him: ‘Why?’ And she said, ‘That room scares me.’ I said, ‘Okay, I’m scared too. You don’t have to sleep there anymore.”
May the mystery inside the house is related to the years of history dating back to 1935. The place was remodeled in the 90s, because before that the property was a stately home, after remodeling it was transformed into what is now known as Compton Basset House.
The mansion has an extension of 20,000 square feet distributed in seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, hall, kitchens, dining room, dining rooms, living room, main room, TV room, wine cellar, laundry room, gym, billiards room, study, indoor pool, sauna and bathroom. steam.
Its exterior has a size of 71.5 acres in which it is located, in addition to green areas, a terrace, guest house, soccer field, tennis court, heliport, paddocks for horses, pond and other places of luxury and entertainment.
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