This stunning £1.69m Regency Villa was once the ‘wedding’ home of Mike and Zara Tindall.
The royal couple moved into Mullery House in Cheltenham before getting married in 2011.
Built circa 1823, the gorgeous Grade II listed building has a Jacuzzi, gym and movie theater.
Zara and Mike met when England won the 2003 Rugby World Cup in Australia. They got married in July 2011.
When Tyndall, who was banned from driving at the time, played for rugby club Gloucester, they opted for plush pads.
In 2013, the Tyndales sold the property for £1.2m when they moved into their mother Princess Anne’s Gutcomb Park mansion in Gloucestershire.
And four years later it hit the market for another £400,000.
Knight Frank’s Nick Chivers said at the time, “The Tindalls weren’t there very long, but they’ve refurbished them to what they are today.
“Mr. and Mrs. Tyndale have done an amazing job of making it look so beautiful.”
The couple are currently Cottage in Princess Anne’s mansion.
The home has four floors and 4,941 square feet of accommodation.
There is a large kitchen/breakfast room, drawing room, dining room and a cozy/study room.
In the basement there is a large cinema room, another kitchen, a large gym with Jacuzzi bath and two bedrooms, but can also be used as a self-contained apartment.
Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
The main bedroom has a large bathroom and a large dressing room.
The parking space is wide, and there is also a terrace seat on the side.
the villa is Radically different from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s £12m mansion in California, USA.
This sprawling 9-bed, 16-bathroom home in Santa Barbara sits on 5.4 acres and is believed to include a library, office, spa, gym, game room, wine cellar, and 5-car garage .
We are proud of our real estate Vast lawns, stepped rose gardens and tall Italian cypress treesblooming lavender, olive trees, tennis courts, tea houses, children’s cottages, swimming pools.
couple treated fans A glimpse into their multiple living spaces On some occasions – flaunt a minimalist vibe.
In May of this year, double the value Because it was purchased by a former royal family.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/20475240/inside-mike-zara-tindall-former-home/ Inside Mike and Zara’s Tyndale’s former £1.69 million Grade II-listed home, a far cry from cousin Harry’s California mansion