The LA mansion’s garden is reportedly not big enough for their three sons to play football in.
David and Victoria Beckham are reportedly selling their £24 million, 13,000-square-foot LA mansion because it’s just not big enough.
According to The Sun, Posh and Becks want to move to a more lavish property with a bigger garden, so sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz can play football.
David And Victoria Beckham have reportedly put their ‘too small’ mansion on the market
The mansion was purchased by the couple in June 2007 for £14.2 million after David signed with LA Galaxy. The property boasts boasts stunning views, nine bathrooms, palm trees and a swimming pool.
A source told the newspaper: “Victoria and David have both had concerns over the house for some time – especially about its size.”
“The garden is too small for football and the boys have to go round their friend’s houses – usually either Gordon Ramsey or Elton John – to have a kick-about.
“The private driveway is also relatively small. The house has been on the market for a long time and David and Victoria are actively looking for a bigger place.”
US real estate agent Stephen Shapiro confirmed to the newspaper that he had shown potential buyers around the property, saying: “It has been quietly on the market for a couple of years.
“It is a beautiful house. I remember there was an asking price of $30million (£24m).”
But according to The Sun, a potential buyer for the mansion has been tycoon Stan Kroenke, the largest shareholder of Arsenal FC, who also owns the LA Rams.
A source said: “Stan has a big property in Malibu and also a suite at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills. He is certainly a more than capable buyer.”
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