THIS is what sits within the four walls of Arsenal football legend David Dein’s amazing £12million mansion.
The businessman, 79, has given the public a glimpse into his Mayfair mews house – by putting the home on the market.
This is inside David Dein’s £12million mansion
The Arsenal football legend has put his five-bedroom, five-bathroom house on the market
Dein has owned the home since 2010 and had many renovations undertaken in that time to create the mansion it is today
Dein is said to have chosen an LA style of living
The 3,927-sqft property, which is nestled between two of the most sought-after addresses in London, has an eye-watering price tag of £11.95m.
Sitting behind the home’s original façade is five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
But, what’s also sitting behind that brick and wood façade is a gym, steam room, integrated Sonos sound system, cinema room, private terrace and wine display wall.
There is a dining room with a retractable skylight, seeing it transform from indoors to al fresco in an instant, too.
The home also boasts a fireplace in every room, and space to park three cars with outdoor parking and a garage.
The sprawling house, which is mostly decorated with white, black, and reds, also has a pizza oven and living wall off the master suite.
Dein has owned the home since 2010 and had many renovations undertaken in that time to create the mansion it is today.
Charlie Gibson, the chief executive of Oliver Bernard Private which is selling the property, said: “The owner refurbished the home to an LA style of living where it is really open planned.
“They have put in things like a pizza oven, which I have never seen in a Mayfair house.
“The owner is also a huge gardening fan, so she has a created a living wall which is such a great feature.”
Mr Gibson said: “It is almost impossible to get a garage in this area, but this has got a car stacker for two cars and you can park a car outside your mews.
“You’ve only got three streets with mews houses in Mayfair, so if you get internationals who like mews houses, which a lot of them do as they are so quintessentially English, you’ve only got a few places in Mayfair you can get them.”
Dein was vice chairman of Arsenal from 1983-2007.
During these 24 years, Dein appointed Arsene Wenger, celebrated 18 trophy wins, and oversaw the team’s invincible season of 2003/2004.
The successful British businessman also played a key role in the creation of the Premier League back in 1992 and was awarded with an MBE in 2019 for his services to football and charity.
Last month Dein revealed he was being snubbed by old club, who refused to stock his new book in their shop.
Sitting behind the original façade is a renovated 3,927-sqft property
The home boasts a living wall – and pizza oven
It also has a gym, cinema and fireplace in every room