Didier Drogba spent his 10-year salary to buy a huge mansion to live with his happy new wife

Didier Drogba has announced the sale of his opulent Surrey mansion. Any Chelsea fan who wants to essentially follow in their hero’s shoes must pay £6.25 million, though.

The owner can take use of the enormous pad magnificent pad’s six spacious bedrooms and seven breathtaking bathrooms, which are safeguarded by automated gates at the front.

Five reception rooms can be found down the intricate spiral staircase in the middle of the house, and the large open-plan kitchen is constructed of marble and wood with built-in appliances.

The 11,000 square foot building also has a huge entertainment complex.

There is also a jacuzzi, a sauna, and a sizable indoor pool with bifold doors that open to геᴠеаl breathtaking views of the gorgeous lawned garden.

On Fine & Country, Drogba’s home is described as having five main reception rooms that are situated in the middle of a huge reception hall with a grand staircase leading to all floors.


“Electric gates confine the little more than an acre of land that makes up the property.

“An expansive driveway offers plenty of parking, and a two-story, multi-vehicle garage has an apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom for more living space.

A south-facing landscaped garden with trimmed lawns extends from a terrace area next to the main house towards the back of the property, making it a great place for socializing and relaxing.

The stunning home is located close to Chelsea’s Cobham training complex on Oxshott’s affluent Crown Estate.

It is idyllically positioned in a forested location that offers plenty of peace, but also makes the M25, A3, Gatwick, and Heathrow Airports, as well as some of the most prestigious institutions in the country, easily accessible.

Drogba lived there with his ex-wife Lalla Diakite during his second stint at Chelsea, which ended in 2015.

After their divorce in 2020, Drogba has decided to put the mansion up for sale.

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