John Terry knocks £500k off mansion price as ‘wife pushes sale’ amid Covid-19 crisis

John Terry has slashed half a million pounds off the price of his mansion because of the coronavirus pandemic after putting it on the market for £5.5m in March.

The six-bedroom home, which Terry bought from golfer Colin Montgomerie for £2.5m, has a pool and an outdoor kitchen.

His wife Toni is reportedly keen to move away from the Surrey house, after it was targeted by burglars in 2017.

Four Arsenal fans burgled the property back after Terry, 39, shared an Instagram picture from the family’s skiing holiday.

The men spent hours ransacking the property, swiping designer handbags worth £126,000 and rare signed first edition Harry Potter books valued at £18,000.

John Terry has slashed half a million pounds off the price of his mansion

Terry bought from golfer Colin Montgomerie for £2.5m
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Raiders Darren Eastaugh, Joshua Sumer, Oliver Hart and Roy Head were jailed for a total of 27 years.

The half-acre plot on the Crown Estate is close to Chelsea’s Cobham training ground where Terry spent most of his entire playing career.

Terry – who has a property empire in Oxshott, Surrey, thought to be worth £47m – put the luxurious pad on the market after the terrifying raid and has now dropped the price to stimulate interest.

The home, marketed by estate agent Savills, has already had a whopping £500,000 slashed from the price.

The half-acre plot on the Crown Estate is close to Chelsea’s Cobham training ground

Terry – who has a property empire in Oxshott, Surrey, thought to be worth £47m
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Savills said: “An imposing and substantial family home, situated in the prestigious Crown Estate, constructed by the multi award-winning developers, Royalton.

“The property has been refurbished and interior designed throughout under the direction of top London interior designer Louise Bradley – to create a beautiful, adaptable and welcoming space for both relaxed family living…