Robbie Williams FINALLY sells his £7million mansion after being forced to drop the asking price

Robbie Williams FINALLY sells countryside mansion for £6.75million as reluctant singer agrees to drop asking price after 12 years on the market

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Robbie Williams has finally sold his countryside mansion for £6.75million after he was forced to drop the asking price.  

The singer, 47, bought the seven-bedroom Wiltshire abode for £8.1 million in 2009 and put it on the market in September but, despite it being one of the most viewed properties in the area, it became a tough one to sell. 

He listed the property for a third time in September 2021 and reluctantly slashed his asking price to £6.75 million. 

Compromise: Robbie Williams, 47, has finally sold his £7million countryside mansion, after he was forced to drop the asking price, with luxury estate agent Knight & Frank revealing that the property has been sold subject to contract

Compromise: The singer put the seven-bedroom Wiltshire abode on the market in September but, despite it being one of the most viewed properties in the area, it became a tough one to sell

Compromise: The singer put the seven-bedroom Wiltshire abode on the market in September but, despite it being one of the most viewed properties in the area, it became a tough one to sell

According to the Daily Star, he was encouraged to lower the asking price down but the star didn’t want to drop. 

The luxury estate agent Knight & Frank have now revealed that the property has been sold subject to contract. 

A source said: ‘It really is stunning, but it is just not being offered on. The price may be too high for the current climate of buyers, but it doesn’t seem like he wants to come down from what it has been valued at. It is causing all sorts of headaches. 

‘Online, the house is doing so well, everyone is clicking on it and wants to take a look around, but the reality is, it has been sat there six months now and it needs looking at, because it’s not moving.’ 

Bringing down the price: Robbie bought the house for £8million in 2008 and was encouraged to lower the asking price down from £6.75million but the star didn't want to drop

 Bringing down the price: Robbie bought the house for £8million in 2008 and was encouraged to lower the asking price down from £6.75million but the star didn’t want to drop

Sweeping: The property is located close to the quaint village of Compton Bassett in Wiltshire

Sweeping: The property is located close to the quaint village of Compton Bassett in Wiltshire

Quirky: The gourmet chef's kitchen is an impressive feature of the home with a stunning blue wooden island and a sprawling dining space for large gatherings

Quirky: The gourmet chef’s kitchen is an impressive feature of the home with a stunning blue wooden island and a sprawling dining space for large gatherings

Robbie and his wife Ayda Field bought the property in 2009 and put it up for sale with estate agent Knight Frank.

The house is on a 71-acre country estate and features an additional cottage, a football pitch, a tennis court, a helicopter hangar and two flats for staff members. 

Inside the home, called Compton Bassett House, there is a leisure spa featuring a gym, indoor swimming pool, a hot tub and sauna.

Master suite: The mansion itself is spread across 19,913 square feet, boasting seven bedrooms

Master suite: The mansion itself is spread across 19,913 square feet, boasting seven bedrooms

Modern meets regal: The property features modern classical architecture and several stone fireplaces

Modern meets regal: The property features modern classical architecture and several stone fireplaces

Luxe: The house is on a 71-acre country estate and features an additional cottage, a football pitch, a tennis court, a helicopter hangar and two flats for staff members

Luxe: The house is on a 71-acre country estate and features an additional cottage, a football pitch, a tennis court, a helicopter hangar and two flats for staff members

When the house was put on then market, Robbie said: ‘Compton Bassett House has been the perfect escape for our family. 

‘It is where Ayda and I truly fell in love, set roots as a couple, and dreamed of our future family.

‘Since then, we have welcomed four beautiful children into the gracious rooms at Compton Bassett House, where we have shared much laughter and joy. 

‘The gardens and trees have enchanted us with their magic, and on rainy days (of which there are many in England), we have played and splashed around the indoor pool, much to our delight.

‘Compton Bassett House is most definitely a family-friendly house that deserves to have much more laughter and joy within its beautiful walls. We hope the incoming purchaser will enjoy just as much as we have.’

Making moves: Robbie and his wife Ayda Field bought the property in 2009 and put it up for sale with estate agent Knight Frank (pictured in 2018)

Making moves: Robbie and his wife Ayda Field bought the property in 2009 and put it up for sale with estate agent Knight Frank (pictured in 2018)

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