The name Gordon Ramsay comes to mind when we think of chefs. The legendary Scottish chef is mainly known for all the cooking TV shows he has presented and hosts, such as Kitchen Nightmares or Hell’s Kitchen. In addition, he is one of the judges of Masterchef, one of the most demanding competitions in the world in the United States. All these jobs have helped him to accumulate a wealth of 178 million pounds, thanks to which he was once able to buy a mansion in Cornwall, a southwestern region of England.
Recently, Gordon Ramsay sold this luxurious property for £7.5 million, making it the most expensive sale in Cornwall’s history. As you will see below, it is a house with all the luxuries and comforts that anyone dreams of having in their own home. Discover the former home of the world’s most famous chef.
Chef Gordon Ramsay has sold one of his mansions in England.
The Scottish chef proudly shares photos of his children and talks openly about his private life, but surprisingly, not much is known about the Cornwall county home he recently sold. It is known to be a property that includes six bedrooms and four bathrooms in total, in addition to a swimming pool and a tennis court outside, which the chef enjoyed with his family and friends every time he moved into the mansion.
Gordon Ramsay’s former property was located on a 10,117-square-meter site. The mansion was built on the same site where another one was demolished many years ago with five bedrooms and was acquired in 2015 for a value of 4.4 million pounds. After his purchase in 2016, the most internationally popular chef says goodbye six years later to this home. Who will be the next buyer?
Gordon Ramsay’s controversy with Cornwall neighbors
The chef is known for his cooking and not mincing his words when it comes to expressing his opinions. This has caused him quite a few problems, even with his neighbors in this English region. In an interview on BBC radio, Gordon Ramsay commented that he loved Cornwall but didn’t like the residents. One of his representatives, however, wanted to take the heat off the matter by saying that the Scottish chef usually makes these kinds of jokes. Despite this, Cornwall’s neighbors took Ramsay’s comments badly