Former England star Scott Parker, 39, will build £3m mansion with swimming pool, gym, cinema and staff quarters in exclusive Surrey estate near homes of ex-Chelsea teammates John Terry and Wayne Bridge
- Ex-West Ham player is building a home in the Crown Estate in Oxshott, Surrey
- The Fulham manager’s house will have a games room, terrace and media area
- The 39-year-old is set to move in with his wife, Carly, and their four sons
Parker (pictured at Fulham, where he is manager) is building a mansion on the Crown Estate
Ex-England star Scott Parker is set to build a £3million mansion which will boast its own cinema, swimming pool and gym.
The former West Ham and Chelsea player will be neighbours with old Blues teammates John Terry and Wayne Bridge.
It will be in one of the country’s most exclusive enclaves – the private Crown Estate in Oxshott, Surrey, close to pundit Jamie Redknapp’s home.
Fulham manager Parker, 39 – capped 18 times for the Three Lions – will move in with wife Carly and their four sons.
The house – set to be worth about £3million – will also have a games room, a terrace, a media room and a drawing room.
It will also have a triple garage, a breakfast room as well as a large kitchen door and a grand entrance hall as well as staff quarters. Scott and Carly will also have their own his/her dressing rooms.
Pictured: An artist’s impression of Scott Parker’s new multi-million pound mansion on the Crown Estate in Surrey
Scott Parker is set to build a new multi-million pound mansion (an artist’s impression is pictured) which will boast its own cinema, swimming pool and gym
The former England star is building a mansion close to his former Chelsea teammate John Terry (plans are pictured)
Pictured: Aerial plans of the mansion that Scott Parker is building on the exclusive estate in Surrey
In a planning documents submitted to his local council, the Parker’s planning agent said: ‘An appropriate solution is proposed that delivers a well designed scheme which is sustainable.
‘The proposed new dwelling is designed for use both as an informal family home and for formal entertainment appropriate to the size and location.’
Council officers gave the plan the go-ahead with case officer Aline Golt saying: ‘The proposal is considered to be in accordance with the development plan.
Pictured: Jamie Redknapp’s home, which is close to the one Scott Parker is building in Surrey
Parker is moving to a mansion close the one owned by Terry (pictured, his home in Cobham, Surrey)
Terry bought this seven-bedroom home in Cobham, Surrey, for £4.35million, and it sits close to the mansion Parker is set to move into
‘The proposal would result in a net gain of one additional residential unit and, subject to conformity with the relevant planning policies, could represent a more efficient use of land within the urban area.’
Parker – who previously captained England – had a 20-year career spanning from 1997 to 2017 starting at Charlton Athletic before moving onto Chelsea and Newcastle United.
He then moved to West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur before finishing at Fulham in 2013 until his retirement in June 2017.
Parker was appointed as the player-manager of Fulham on 28 February 2019 in a bid to salvage the team’s hopes after previous sacked managers Slavisa Jokanovic and Claudio Ranieri spent more than £100m last summer.
However, the season had been a huge disappointment, with Parker losing all five of his games in charge with Fulham, forcing them to be relegated with five league games still to play.
Scott Parker promised to create the right culture at Fulham and he is confident the club is on the right track in their bid to return to the Premier League.
Fulham currently sit seventh in the Championship and face west London rivals QPR at Craven Cottage on Friday night looking to step up their promotion push in the run up to Christmas.