John Terry has disclosed the substantial building work that is now taking place at his Surrey estate, where the Chelsea icon is getting ready to install a new pool and tennis court. Terry posted a video to his Instagram account as the work was being done in his yard to show the transformation.
He was pictured outside the £4.35 million property wearing his hi-his jacket with the number 26 on the back, which he wore during his playing career.
Terry moved into his current residence in July 2019 and had already conducted construction work prior to this most recent improvement.
John Terry has provided an update on his Surrey mansion’s renovations, which will include a winе and ϲigar room
The swimming pool foundations are now in place, having previously been a mud bowl for JT’s last update
Terry displayed his commemorative pennant for his 100th Champions League match
Terry shared a photo of the home’s exterior, which features a nice mix of red brick and exposed stone
John and Toni Terry are hoping that the £4.35 million Surrey mansion will be completed soon
An update on Terry, the assistant manager of Aston Villa,’s outdoor tennis court and pool was given earlier this year.
And he’s now opened the doors of his new house to his 5.5 million Instagram followers.
In what was once a shell of a house, gleaming-white fixtures and fittings can be seen being put all through the property.
Some of the brief videos posted on social media showed the floor being laid, demonstrating that the building is almost finished.
He dubbed one of the videos “wine and cigar room” in what might end up being the ultimate man cave.
Later, Terry stepped outside to display the pool renovation.
JT’s February video merely showed a mud bowl in the lawn with diggers in the distance.
The only thing left to do is some tiling and a splash of water now that the hole has been dug and the pool foundations have been set.
Terry posted a series of videos on Instagram showcasing the updates
The most recent videos demonstrated how far we’ve come since February
Terry hopes to complete the work in the coming months, possibly even this summer
Last summer, Terry suggested building a new garage and an outside party space, but those plans were immediately canceled by unhappy neighbors.
According to a neighbor’s letter to Guildford Council’s planning officer, the nature of swimming pool activities with covered outside dining and a bar implies that noise nuisance issues will likely prevent individuals from enjoying their houses in peace.
“The availability of a heating source also allows this space to be used all year, preventing the neighbors from being relieved of noise annoyance all year.”
This organization’s scale also causes grave worries regarding development creep.
Terry, 40, gave up playing at the end of the 2017–18 campaign to focus on his coaching career. He is currently Aston Villa’s assistant manager.