It’s awash with mod cons, has a view to die for and boasts four bedrooms over three floors – yet potential buyers seem to be staying away from Phil Neville’s luxury £3.5million penthouse flat in Manchester.
The former Manchester United star’s swanky pad – which has a black, beige and cream colour scheme – has been put on the market again, for the second time in four years.
Ex-United star Morgan Schneiderlin had been renting it but now Neville is heading back to the estate agents – this time offering a hefty £500,000 reduction in price since it last went on the market in 2013.
50 shades of beige? Phil Neville has reduced the price of his luxurious Manchester pad from £3.75million to £3.5million after the high-end pad failed to sell
The lofty tower, completed in 2006, is Manchester’s tallest skyscraper and boasts awesome views of the city from its highest floors
Is the deathly dull decor the reason why? Black and beige dominate the interior design of the four-bedroom property
The lower level features a home cinema room with an internal terrace, one bedroom, a home office and large dressing room with custom designed fitted storage units. Phil Neville puts £3.5m penthouse flat on market again | Daily Mail Online