The footballer who made quite a fortune during his successful football career is said to be worth $68 million.
And it seems Michael Owen used his cash wisely as fans were given a glimpse into the 39-year-old retired sport star’s lavish family home.
Keith Lemon took viewers on a tour of the £4 million mansion during an episode of of ITV’s Through the Keyhole.
Michael purchased the house back in 2001 and lives in with wife Louise Bonsall and their children.
- The Grade II listed manor usually has plenty of privacy as it is nestled within 42 acres of countryside in the Welsh village of Northop, near Mold
- The lounge are had a slightly more homely feel, with wood panelling on the walls and large brown leather sofas artfully arranged in the large living space
- A games room had enough room to host a full-size snooker table, whilst it also contained a trophy cabinet and picture frame on the wall including his England jerseys from the 89 caps the striker won
- Elsewhere inside the home, Michael has a stunning Jacuzzi next to his indoor swimming pool
- The games room is packed out with memorabilia from the footballer’s heyday
- Elsewhere inside the home, Michael has a home gym and spa, complete with a tanning bed
- His 2001 Ballon d’Or also takes pride of place in a gilded trophy cabinet, whilst signed footballs from
Owen’s 17-year career are artfully arranged around the perimeter of the room
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