The Beckhams Sell Their U.K. Country Estate For $19.2 Million

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David and Victoria Beckham have reportedly sold their Hertfordshire country estate in an off-market deal for 12 million pounds, which is approximately $19.2 million.

The home, known both as Rowneybury House and Beckingham Palace, has seven bedrooms, a recording studio, a gym and a snooker room (that's Brit-speak for a game room). Other amenities, many of which were added since the Beckhams bought the place, include a helipad, a 52-foot long marble-floored garden pavilion, a lighted tennis court, and both indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

The sale price also reportedly includes several luxury cars (including a Ferrari and two Jaguars) and Domaine Saint-Vincent, which is the Beckham's holiday home in the south of France. That estate is valued around 2.6 million pounds ($4,161,590). Posh and Becks purchased the estate in late 1999 for about £2.5 million ($4,161,590), so they'll still turn a heft profit on the place.

The family plan on hanging on to their Beverly Hills home (they purchased that pad in 2007 for $18.2 million), but they are reportedly looking for a new crib in London. So how's that going? According to reports, the superstar couple have already made an offer on a four-story mansion in West London that costs a whopping 45 MILLION POUNDS! (That's roughly $72 million...)

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