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Didier Drogba's stunning mansion in Surry has been put on the market with a £6.25million valuation.
The Chelsea legend is selling the property he lived in during his second spell at Stamford Bridge between 2014 and 2015, having split from his ex-wife in 2020. Drogba lived in the Surrey mansion with his now former partner Lalla Diakite after returning to the Blues from Galatasaray for a one-season stint eight years ago.
Located in Oxshott, the property is situated near to the club's Cobham training ground, with the 11,000 square feet home including six bedrooms and seven bathrooms across its three floors.
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There are also five receptions rooms, a wood and marble kitchen with built-in appliances and a breakfast room. The property also includes garage space, a one bedroom apartment and a large garden.
Potential buyers will also land themselves the leisure complex which is included in the property, with a jacuzzi, sauna and indoor swimming pool amongst its features.
The property's listing on Fine & Country reads, via The Sun: "On the ground floor, five primary reception rooms are centred around a grand reception hall with a sweeping staircase leading to all floors.
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"To the front is a study and multipurpose reception room, and to the back is a sensational dual aspect drawing room of huge proportions, family room and large open plan kitchen, equipped with modern built-in appliances and central island for casual dining, leading through to a delightful high-roofed orangery.
"Set behind electric gates, the property sits on just under one acre of land. A large driveway offers ample parking and a two-storey, multi-vehicle garage which provides further accommodation with a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment.
"To the rear is a south-facing landscaped garden, with manicured lawns stretching out from a terrace area off the main house – a fabulous spot for relaxation and entertaining."
Drogba scored 164 goals in 381 appearances across his two spells with Chelsea, twice finishing as the Premier League's top scorer. He also won a total of 16 major trophies with the Blues, including the Champions League and two league titles.
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