Jamie Vardy Looking for a New Home

Football Star on the Move

Jamie Vardy, the Leicester and England star has been on the hunt for a new home because due to his recent fame in helping Leicester City in becoming premiership champions last season he has been harassed at his home by pranksters or fans who find it amusing to ring his door bell (tap door run) in the wee hours of the morning.

football boot and ball

Their Melton Mansion is well known in the area and the 29 year old star and pregnant wife have had enough of the disturbance and went looking for a new place to live. With their deep pockets they should have no problem finding a new place to live, but to find a new home with privacy and all the aspects they are looking for could be more of a task. The speculation would be that he is looking for a house with a game room to house his pool table with the number nine on it, which is his shirt number for Leicester City.

The latest news is they have found what they are looking for in a small quiet village of 80 residents in the Lincolnshire countryside. They found a £2.5 million Farmhouse with the following:

  1. Indoor Pool
  2. Sauna
  3. Tennis Court
  4. Gymnasium
  5. Tennis Court
  6. 5 Bedrooms
  7. 5 bathrooms
  8. 5 reception rooms
  9. 4 acres of land
  10. 7ft walls for extra privacy

Though some of the locals are not sure if he will fit in as Rugby is the main sport in the area and he does love to party and this village is certainly miles away from being Party Central, though the local Landlord will be looking forward to his custom. He could learn to play rugby known as the game for barbarians played by gentlemen, but we think he may have to position himself in with the backs due to his size and speed.

2 rugby players tackling

Overall the locals are looking forward to the arrival of the footballer and his wife to the area.

Moving Home Checklist

This small checklist could help him with his move:

  1. Find a reputable removal company, Sawyerr Peters comes to mind!
  2. Redirect the post
  3. Get the cleaners in for the old pad ready for the new owners to move in
  4. Check all the furniture etc. will fit into the new house especially the pool table
  5. Ask the previous owner – “Where’s the stopcock”
  6. Location of gas and electricity metres
  7. Bin day, when is it?
  8. Thermostat location?
  9. Any old tins of paint or tiles that match the current ones in the new place?
  10. Where’s the nearest pub for Sunday lunch if we are not playing?

So we hope they find the peace and quiet they are looking for and if they are still on the hunt for a good removal company then they can call us on 01926 33 77 35 for a free no obligation quotation.

Dear Mr Peters Just a few lines to say thank you for all your help moving my furniture to Nice in the South of France. A very polite and professional team collected and more importantly delivered and unloaded in Nice on time and with no damage. I have no hesitation in recommending your company. Thanks again to all your team. Mr C Davies