Inside ex-QPR owner Fernandes' stunning Ayrshire estate up for sale for £2.5m with wine cellar, sauna and tennis court
FORMER Queens Park Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes has put his stunning £2.5million Ayrshire estate up for sale.
The Malaysian entrepreneur, like many, has felt the pinch of the coronavirus pandemic.
And as he fights to save various business ventures, his stunning Scottish pad has had to go.
Fernandes, 56, had resided at Skeldon House in Dalrymple, Ayr for seven years.
But he'll now sacrifice the beautiful property for his business empire.
A stunning five-bedroom property, on 125 acres of land, the home offers privacy and class in abundance.
The estate possesses a luxurious wine cellar for whenever the new owner fancies a tipple.
A gym and sauna will also enable them to work out in style and comfort.
And an all-weather outdoor tennis court features, nestled in the shadow of the surrounding forest.
A games room surely kept Fernandes entertained.
And, amid the carefully manicured lawns, feature two other impressive buildings – the coach house and castle cottage.
The interior is equally opulent, blending traditional features with modern conveniences.
A classy spiral staircase binds the home together, with four bathrooms, a large kitchen and cosy dining room.
Fernandes may have owned QPR during two separate stints in the Premier League.
But perhaps he'd have enjoyed life at Kilmarnock or Ayr United more… just to sample even more time at his gorgeous Dalrymple mansion.
Source: Read Full Article