David Beckham's childhood home is on the market for a whopping $1.29 million (GBP850,000) - almost four times the value of similar properties in the area.
The soccer ace grew up in a tiny terrace house in Leytonstone, east London before he reached superstar status and could afford to splash out on a single pad.
Beckham lived at the address with mum Sandra and dad Ted, before leaving aged 14 after he was signed up for the youth training scheme with soccer supergroup Manchester United.
The three bedroomed house is worth about $380,000 (GBP250,000) - but its connection to the star has seen its value soar.
The property is being advertised as "Lucky leafy Leytonstone, celebrity hotspot - London's answer to Hollywood."
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