Explore the lavish £6.25 million Surrey Mansion on the Crown Estate that Didier Drogba owns

Premier League legend Didier Drogba, 44, has put his six-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot mansion in Surrey up for sale

Didier Drogba has put his six-bedroom, 11,000-square-foot villa in Surrey up for sale, with house seekers able to purchase it for £6.25 million.

Drogba, widely regarded as one of the finest players in Chelsea history, appeared in 381 games for the Blues during two consecutive seasons and scored 164 goals. He won the Premier League four times, the Champions League four times, the FA Cup four times, and the League Cup three times.

Even though his second tenure at Chelsea ended in 2015, the Ivorian has continued to maintain a home on the prestigious Crown Estate

However, despite his second stint at Stamford Bridge concluding in 2015, the Ivorian has continued to own a home on the prestigious Crown Estate in Oxshott, near to Chelsea’s Cobham training ground.

The 44-year-old is now selling the property, which features six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, five reception rooms, a recreational complex, and a large pool.

The leisure complex also includes a sauna and jacuzzi in addition to a pool with bi-folding doors overlooking the expansive garden.

The Fine & Country listing states, on the ground floor, five primary reception rooms are centered around a grand reception hall with a grand staircase leading to all floors.

The kitchen is finished with wood

House buyers willing to pay £6.25 million can also get six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and five reception spaces

Drogba has two successful periods at Chelsea and is considered a legend

In the front, there is a study and a reception room that can be used for different things. In the back, there is a huge drawing room with two huge windows, a family room, and a large open plan kitchen with modern built-in appliances and a central island for casual dining that leads to a lovely orangery with a high roof.

The property has automatic gates and is on a little less than an acre of land. A large driveway and a two-story garage with space for several cars and an apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom provide enough parking.

“To the rear is a south-facing planted garden, with manicured grass running out from a terrace area off the main house – a fantastic site for leisure and socializing” says the listing.

The property has a leisure complex and a large swimming pool with a view of the garden thanks to bi-folding doors

The Crown Estate is located near Chelsea’s training site and is one of the most prestigious places in the south of England

When you enter the house, the great reception hall is dominated by a sweeping staircase that leads to all floors

The Crown Estate is located halfway between Heathrow and Gatwick airports, as well as the M25 and the A3 into central London

The Crown Estate, so named because it was originally Crown hunting land, is often considered as one of the most aristocratic and exclusive areas in southern England. It is surrounded by open fields and woodland and is close to some of Surrey’s best schools.

It is located halfway between Heathrow and Gatwick airports, as well as the M25 and A3 highways leading into central London.

Drogba lived with his Malian wife, Lalla Diakite, whom he divorced in 2020.

“We remain extremely close, and our main emphasis has been our children and respecting their privacy as well as the privacy of the family” the former striker stated in a brief statement at the time.

The couple’s three children include Isaac, age 21, who played for Guingamp’s reserve team in France’s second level and spent time in Chelsea’s academy.

The estate is bordered by wide fields and woods and is close to some of Surrey’s best schools

One of the seven bathrooms in the Oxshott estate, which sits on little under an acre of land 

Drogba shared the home with his Malian wife, Lalla Diakite, whom he divorced in 2020, and their three children

It takes place in the Crown Estate forest

The striker won four Premier League titles, as well as the Champions League, four FA Cups, and three League Cups

Drogba, the Ivory Coast’s all-time leading scorer with 65 goals in 105 games, first arrived in England in 2004, when Chelsea paid Marseille £24 million to recruit him.

In his first two seasons, he helped the Blues win back-to-back Premier League crowns that lasted until 2012, including the game-winning penalty against Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.

Drogba returned to Chelsea for one more season in 2014, helping the club win the league title for the second time after periods in China and Turkey. His playing career came to an end after a stay in the United States.

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