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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion (19)

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******

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Rod Stewart has finally sold his British mansion for L4.725 million after three years. Sir Rod managed to find a buyer after knocking L3 million off the original asking price. He put Wood House in Essex on the market for L7.5 million in 2016, but struggled to sell the sprawling estate, with his wife Penny Lancaster blaming Brexit for the lack of interest. The six-bedroom manor home has seen Sir Rod, 74, through two wives and several girlfriends and includes a boating lake, tennis courts, a swimming pool and huge gardens. Last year, Miss Lancaster, 47, told of the couple's struggle to offload the mansion. She said: 'Rod and I have found ourselves affected by the recent property stalemate thanks to Brexit. We can't sell our old place in Essex, The Wood House, despite its unique architecture and strong historical links." A sales brochure for the property read: "The approach to The Wood House is quite exceptional; electric gates open to a driveway which cuts through the stunning grounds. "This is a splendid and imposing historical period residence with conspicuous appeal - the interesting mix of Jacobean style with detailed pargetting to the exterior walls and full height leaded light bay windows with heavy oak mullions is at once impressive. "The Wood House is set within truly stunning grounds which have been beautifully landscaped to ensure resplendent colour and year-round interest." The property also has a full-sized football pitch which Sir Rod has allowed players from Newcastle United, Liverpool, and his favourite team Celtic to train on. Decorator Nicky Haslam was commissioned by Sir Rod to deck out the home and created 'flamboyant interiors' including oak panelling and lavish plasterwork. The rocker sold up because he and his family have moved to nearby Durrington House, an 18th Century mansion in Essex, which they bought in 2013 for L4.65million. ******