Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood forced to knock £500k off asking price of his £3m stately home
STRICTLY star Craig Revel Horwood has knocked greater than half one million quid off the asking price of his manor home.
The stone-faced judge on the BBC1 dance contest put six-bedroom Middlecot Manor available on the market for £3.3million.
But Craig, 56, who returns to the present when it comes again later this month, has been forced to scale back the price by £550,000 to £2.75million.
A TV insider stated: “Despite being an expensive pad with a swimming pool and a glitzy inside embellished to his ostentatious style, Craig needs extra.
“He’s stated he needs a pad with much more bedrooms in addition to shifting nearer to the household of his accomplice, Jonathan Myring, whose household live in Leicester.
“He’s serious about wanting to make the move and the fact he’s reduced the asking price is a reflection of that determination.”
The manor, which is in a interval model however is just ten years previous, features a sizzling tub which might accommodate a dozen folks and a wraparound conservatory.
Craig purchased the Hampshire manor for £1.8million in 2014 after tiring of life in Camden, London.
He revamped it with classic chandeliers, mirrored flooring within the kitchen and a “booze room” which features a wall of wine fridges.
Now he’s eyeing up a property within the midlands of which he stated: “It’s really lovely. Seven bedrooms, bigger pool…I’m upsizing.”