Wayne Rooney to build #75million wine room in new house
WAYNE ROONEY is set to splash out £150,000 on a new walk-in wine room at his £20million Cheshire mansion.
The former England captain and wife Coleen bought the 120-acre plot of land for £4.3m three years ago and the building work is almost finished.
The luxury pad will be completed with the classy wine room.
Style mag Livingetc described a walk-in wine room as “the ultimate at the top of our wish list” and it appears the Rooneys have followed the mag’s advice.
It is understood the feature will be fitted on the lower ground floor of the house which will also boast a TV room, snooker room, cinema, gym, spa bath, swimming pool, plunge pool and steam room.
And as well as the ideal climate control settings, the room will feature subtle lighting and a bar so Wayne and Coleen, both 34, can enjoy their favourite bottles in style.
Rooney – who is a hero for the Reds at Manchester United and now the Whites with Derby County – will have easy access to some of the finest wines around with premium suppliers Hammonds not too far away, the report adds.
Work is back underway at the Rooneys’ new Cheshire home – mocked by some for looking “like a supermarket” – after being put on hold by the coronavirus crisis and the couple, who have four sons, hope to move in later this year.