Robbie Williams can’t sell £7m luxury mansion in Wiltshire

ROBBIE Williams is said to be struggling to sell his £7million luxury mansion in Wiltshire but refuses to drop the price.

The rock singer put the seven-bedroom country house on the market last September – but has yet to sell despite a huge profit.

Robbie is said to be struggling to sell the stunning Wiltshire mansion


Robbie is said to be struggling to sell the stunning Wiltshire mansionCredit: Instagram
Real estate agents are said to have offered to reduce the asking price


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Robbie, 47, is said to be struggling to find a buyer for a Wiltshire mansion – with Daily Star reported that he was incentivized to lower the asking price.

Real estate agents are said to have suggested that the estate should be above market for £6.75 million, but the singer refused to drop.

A source explained: “It’s really impressive, but it’s not for sale anymore. The price may be too high for buyers’ current environment.

“It seems like he doesn’t want to come down from what it’s been rated for. It’s causing all sorts of headaches.

“On the internet, the house is doing so well, people click on it and want to look around, but the reality is, it’s been sitting there for six months now.”

Robbie and his wife Ayda Field put the property they bought for their growing family up for sale in 2009 with real estate agent Knight Frank.

The spacious seven-bedroom property is set on a 71-acre rural site and features a football field, tennis court and private helicopter hangar.

There is also an additional cottage for guests on site, as well as two separate apartments for staff including nannies or cleaners.

The house – called Compton Bassett House – has a relaxing spa with a gym, indoor pool, hot tub and sauna inside.

Despite raising his four children – Theodora 9, Charlton 7, Colette, 3, and Beau, 2 – in the home, Robbie is still putting it on the market in 2021.

He said at the time: “Compton Bassett House was the perfect escape for our family. It’s where Ayda and I really fell in love and became a couple.

“Since then, we have welcomed four beautiful children into the luxurious rooms at Compton Bassett House, where we have shared many laughs and joys.

“The gardens and trees fascinated us with their magic, and on rainy days we played and splashed around the indoor pool, much to our delight.

“Compton Bassett House is definitely a family-friendly home that deserves more laughter and fun within its pretty walls.”

Robbie is still hoping to sell the Compton Bassett House in Wiltshire which he bought in 2008 for £8.1m – and admits he’s happy to say goodbye.

Robbie admitted in a podcast interview: “It gives me the creeps. “Teddy said to me, ‘That room scares me. I don’t like that house.’

“I said, ‘I’m scared too. You don’t need to sleep there anymore’. If there is great pain or great pain or tragedy, I think it can soak into the wall and leave the essence there for a very long time. ”

“Robbie was in a different phase of his life when he bought Compton Bassett House,” a source told. Mirror.

“It seemed like an idyllic retreat in the English countryside but he never really felt at home there.

“Within a few months, he realized that was not where he and Ayda wanted to settle.

“He is now planning to revamp his portfolio of properties since deciding to buy in Switzerland. The family moved there last summer and rented for six months to make sure they wanted to stay.”

The family want to make their £24m Swiss mansion their main home after moving there during the pandemic.

Robbie raised her four children in this beautiful family home


Robbie raised her four children in this beautiful family homeCredit: Refer to Footnote
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