Sir Alex Ferguson finally sells his luxury mansion after legendary ex-Man Utd manager slashed £250,000 off the price

SIR Alex Ferguson has sold his luxury mansion after he slashed £250,000 off the asking price.

The former Manchester United boss, 82, put the £3.5million property in Cheshire on the market following the death of his wife Cathy.

His five-bedroom home comes complete with a stylish open plan kitchen and games room.

But after struggling to shift the property, he reduced the price to £3.25m in February in a bid to offload it.

The property has now been snapped up by an unknown buyer.

Photos of the mansion reveal a dazzling hallway chandelier, en-suite bathrooms and perfectly manicured lawns.

The games room is decorated with art work, oak bookcases and a snooker table while a unique ‘Ferguson clan’ tartan carpet features on the staircase.

Estate agents acting on his behalf said: “This impressive, deceptively spacious detached property is situated on one of Cheshire’s most desirable roads.”

His time living at the house was not without any controversy.

In 2020, he lost a planning battle after he strongly objected to his neighbour’s application to demolish a two-storey house and build a three-storey mansion.

Fergie’s lawyers sent a five-page opposition letter to planners

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