Gareth Southgate home: England manager’s £3.75m mansion in North Yorkshire is stunning

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England boss Gareth Southgate will be standing nervously on the sidelines while England takes on Italy in the Euro 2020 Final this evening at 8pm BST. But when he’s not leading the England team to victory, Gareth can be seen entering and exiting his huge mansion located in North Yorkshire. The former Middlesbrough FC player, 50, lives in a beautiful Grade-I listed property known as Swinsty Hall.

The 16th-century building includes what appears to be original brickwork and sprawling grounds.

The England manager’s home is also located next to Swinsty Reservoir, near Harrogate, where he is regularly seen walking his dogs and running, according to the BBC.

Gareth shares his home with his wife Alison and their two children.

The home reportedly features six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a private cinema and a wine cellar.

The property has retained a lot of its original features with exposed wooden beams and stone floors.

Some of the rooms also have wood panelling and huge original fireplaces.

The huge mansion is set among 4.5 acres of grounds and has an Elizabethan knot garden.

Gareth bought the home in 2006 during his managerial stint at Middlesbrough FC.

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Back in 2019, Gareth said he loved people’s attitude in Yorkshire and loves returning home after matches to “clear my head”.

In an interview with Welcome to Yorkshire, Gareth was asked what he loved about the county.

He said: “The people and their hardworking, no nonsense attitude, good values, honesty and humility that really shines through.

“All things I associate with. I also love to come away from matches, to the calm of living in the countryside and being able to clear my head.”

Gareth’s neighbours often see the football star out and about.

A volunteer at Washburn Heritage Centre, Sarah Stead, said Gareth is a “lovely man”.

She told the BBC he regularly visits the centre’s tea rooms.

She said: “We find him a very good and hospitable neighbour and it’s an honour to have him so close.

“He seems very committed to everything he does and is a good part of the local community.

“He’s just like a regular guy in the neighbourhood who you’d love to have a chat with.”

Gareth grew up in Crawley, West Sussex and attended Hazelwick School.

He married his wife Alison in July 1997 in a small village in West Sussex called Worth.

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