Former England striker and Liverpool legend Michael Owen have had an illustrious career on the football pitch. He has played for some of the biggest clubs, including Liverpool, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Newcastle and Stoke. The retired footballer is now a racehorse breeder and also makes appearances on TV during Premier League games.
Recently, the former striker allowed TV presenter Keith Lemon (Leigh Francis) into his luxurious home for ITV’s Through the Keyhole show.
The 39-year-old has a mansion which is made on the 42 acres of land in the small Welsh village of Northop, Wales. Inside the mansion there is a games room with a full-size snooker table. It includes a giant photo-frame on the wall that carries a handful of Owen’s England jerseys from the 89 caps the striker has won.
The mansion also includes jukebox and signed footballs displayed in the games room. The Ballon d’Or trophy which Owen won in 2001 is displayed under a spotlight. The former Real Madrid star has a room with a Jacuzzi and swimming pool surrounded by plants and with a waterfall. Outside the house, Owen has his own putting green (Golf mat) as well as a jungle gym for his children.
Owen played for Liverpool between 1996 to 2004, in which he made 306 appearances, scoring 179 goals. The striker also won 89 England caps between 1998 and 2008, scoring 40 goals.