Inside Coleen and Wayne Rooney’s incredible £6m Cheshire mansion

COLEEN and Wayne Rooney live in an incredible £6million Cheshire mansion with a jacuzzi bath and a bed big enough for the whole family.

Coleen, 35, has given fans a look inside the stunning home she shares with Wayne, 36, and their four sons on Instagram.

Mum-of-four Coleen is devoted to her brood, including Kai, 11, Klay, eight, Kit, five and Cass, three, and no doubt they have the run of the house.

She often gathers her kids for group photos in the country pile, revealing its lavish interiors and their stylish taste.

The Georgian-style property boasts high ceilings, spotlights throughout and glass interior walls.

In one of the living rooms the family have the choice of two huge leather sofas to relax on and pad around on a thick sheepskin rug.




Their modern kitchen boasts a large steel oven and country chic kitchen cabinets.

The kids often pose proudly on the staircase, with wooden bannisters and a chic snug carpet, for their school photographs.

Proud mum Coleen recently wrote: "New school….Good luck boys. I love you."

Her images also give a glimpse of the property's lush green garden and perfectly-manicured hedges.

The Rooney brood also have a huge outside play area to enjoy, with a big climbing frame and wooden tower.

There's also a fun-sized noughts and crosses game perfect for entertaining.

Yet if the parents want to keep a watch from indoors, a grey-coloured window seat with silver studs proves the perfect choice.

Yet the family are planning to move into their new £20million mansion in Cheshire which is nearing completion.

It is situated in a spacious 40 acres, and rests on a demolished farm.

Work on the huge six-bedroom country house was paused in April due to concerns around building deliveries as lockdown restrictions.

But work resumed in May and the incredible home features a fishing lake, an orangery and a football pitch.

The council gave the thumbs up to Wayne and Coleen to build the stunning home after officers said the former Manchester United and England skipper’s house would be a more visually pleasing development than the ramshackle farm it replaced.

They decided to build their dream pad after raiders tried to break into Rooney’s Cheshire home in 2016 before cops pounced.

A source recently told MailOnline of the pad: "Even the road leading to the house has been swept and dusted off.

"The water and power are on and it is ready."





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