The New Beckingham Palace? Check Out The £5.4m Gloucestershire Mansion The Beckhams Are Apparently Buying

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  • It's got a pool, a paddock, and sweeping valley views

    There’s nothing we like more than a good peek into celebrity homes – and this enormous mansion won’t disappoint. David and Victoria Beckham, along with their gaggle of gorgeous children, are rumoured to be buying this enormous five bedroom home, Amberley Court, in Gloucestershire. 
    The property, which dates from the 1640s, boasts six reception rooms, an infinity pool, a tennis court and an impressive reception hall, while there’s even a two bedroom lodge and pool house for Brooklyn to crash in after a late night out. 
    Set in 22 acres of land, the property, which is being sold by Savills, certainly measures up to the Beckhams’ high property standards, measuring over 15,000 square feet in total.
    The manor house has undergone extensive refurbishments in the last few years, meaning all the mod cons like underfloor heating and kitchen appliances are thoroughly up to date – and there’s even stables and a paddock for when the family feel like horsing around. 
    The Beckhams already own a £30m home in London which reportedly has its own catwalk, cinema, wine cellar and nail salon, and they were also recently rumoured to be buying Madonna’s former LA mansion, which has no less than 15 bathrooms, as well as a theatre, swimming pool, tennis court and gym.
    A rep for the Beckhams denied that the couple are buying the property, but repeated trips to Gloucestershire – particularly in Nailsworth and Stroud – by the couple has left locals sure that they will soon have famous neighbours in their midst.
    Landlady Jane Bandy, who runs the nearby Amberley Inn, telling Mail Online: ‘There have been a couple of people in who have said about it… the fact that they were seen in Nailsworth adds fuel to the fire. They haven’t popped in for a pint just yet though.’

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