Sir Trevor Brooking puts five-bedroom home on the market for £2.4m

Home under the Hammer! Former West Ham and England star Sir Trevor Brooking puts his five-bedroom home with outdoor swimming pool, indoor sauna and garden room on the market for £2.4million

  • The West Ham legend, 72, is selling the five-bedroom home in Shenfield, Essex he shares with wife Hilkka
  • The charming property is on an ‘extremely sought-after private road’ and boasts a swimming pool and gym
  • The former England international has remained heavily involved in football since his retirement 

Sir Trevor Brooking has put his five-bedroom house complete with an outdoor pool and an indoor sauna on the market for £2.4million.

The former England and West Ham star, 72, is selling the family home in Shenfield, Essex, which boasts a landscaped garden and garden room.

Along with the five bedrooms, the interior features a breakfast room, a gymnasium, three en-suites and a dining room.

Sir Trevor Brooking has put his five-bedroom house complete with an outdoor pool and an indoor sauna on the market for £2.4million

The former England and West Ham legend, 72, is selling the family home in Shenfield, Essex, which boasts an outdoor swimming pool

The England international, who has 47 caps, has been married to wife Hilkka, for 51 years and they have two children together, Collette and Warren

The house is on an ‘extremely sought-after private road’ and estate agents say it is in good condition but with opportunities to ‘improve and extend’.

Photos of the charming house show off the large garden featuring a climbing frame likely used by Brooking’s grandchildren.

The England international, who has 47 caps, has been married to wife Hilkka, for 51 years and they have two children together, Collette and Warren.

Along with the five bedrooms, the interior features a breakfast room, a gymnasium, three en-suites and a dining room

He made more than 600 appearances for West Ham and also won the FA Cup twice, scoring the winner in the 1980 final victory over Arsenal. 

After hanging up his boots, he joined the BBC as a pundit, working on Match of the Day and World Cup and European Championship tournaments.

He was briefly lured into management twice, taking over as caretaker at West Ham twice in 2003 after serving on the board.

Photos of the charming house show off the large garden featuring a climbing frame likely used by Brooking’s grandchildren

He made more than 600 appearances for West Ham and also won the FA Cup twice, scoring the winner in the 1980 final victory over Arsenal

Brooking has been heavily involved in football administration, serving as chair of the Eastern Region Council for Sport and Recreation, and later as chairman of Sport England.

In 2004, he joined the FA as director of football development and was a key part of the team that appointed Steve McClaren as England manager. 

His name now adorns one of the stands at the London Stadium. 

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