- John Terry has been permitted to build new two mansions in Surrey area of Oxshott
- The ex Chelsea defender bought Tandem House, his third property in the area for £4.5million
- He is currently an assistant coach at Premier League side Aston Villa
Chelsea legend John Terry has been turning his hands to property development since he retired from active football last year after acquiring big empire of four mansions.
John Terry has been granted planning permission to bulldoze one of his mansions and replace it with two new luxury.
For over a decade, the former England international has been a fan of the Surrey area of Oxshott which is a ten minute drive from Chelsea’s Cobham training ground.
The Champions League winner is set to knock down a £4.5 million mansion to build two new ones.
There will be a a kitchen diner, family room, drawing room, bar and games room and also boast a pool and gym.
Considering his track record of snapping up houses, Terry’s neighbors will be keeping a very beady eye on his next move – waiting for the bulldozers to move in.
Previously, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea legend John Terry announced his retirement from club football after over two decades of trophy laden career.
The 39-year-old last featured for Championship outfit Aston Villa in the 2017-18 season before hanging his boots.
He was last summer tipped to join Turkish topflight side Galatasaray but the defender pulled out of the deal at the latter stage of their negotiations.
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