PHOTO: Boris Becker
Bankrupt Boris Becker has his luxury German villa on the market for £1.8million with just one catch… the buyer would have to live with his 85-year-old mother.
The three-time Wimbledon Champion’s sprawling home has been put up for sale by the UK’s insolvency administrator as part of his bankruptcy case.
Boasting ‘unrestricted views of the Rhine Valley’ and seven bedrooms, including a ‘granny flat’, one condition of sale is a ‘lifelong right of residence’ for Elvira Becker.
Estate agent’s details describe the huge property as an exclusive 8,880 sq ft villa in Leimen, Becker’s birthplace, only five miles from the ancient picturesque city of Heidelberg.
Boris Becker has been forced to sell his home in Leimen, Germany, for £1.8m with a condition of the sale that his mother Elvira, 85, (pictured together) can remain in a granny anex there
The estate agent’s advert for the seven bed home in the town where Boris was born says one condition of the sale is the ‘lifelong right of residence’ for Elvira Becker, who Becker is close to
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