FOOTBALLER Jack Grealish has spent £6million on a stunning mansion which comes with its own helipad.
The seven-bedroom home also has a fishing lake, tennis court, golf tee and putting green, vegetable plot — and enough room for a full-size footie pitch in its 20 acres.
And Manchester City and England winger Jack, 27, can entertain his mates as there is a swimming pool, leisure suite, gym, wine store and plenty of other areas for him to practice his new-found love of DJing.
There is even a cottage within the grounds where friends and family can stay if he runs out of room in the main building.
The helipad has inconspicuous landing lights, enabling guests to arrive by air at any time of the day or night.
A source said: “Jack has a taste for the finer things in life and this home really took his breath away.
“It’s the culmination of a dream for him. Anyone would be very proud to own such a home.
“Despite the price, he feels like he’s got a bit of a bargain.
“It offers him everything — if he wants to throw a massive party away from prying eyes, he can do.
“Likewise, if he wants to chill out and sunbathe or do a bit of fishing, it’s all on his doorstep.”
The property is regarded as one of the safest in the North West, with state-of-the-art security cameras and lighting.
Grealish finalized the deal earlier this year and is believed to have paid cash.
Prior to moving to City in August last year, the former Aston Villa star lived in a £1.75million six-bedroom detached house in a village south of Birmingham.
The £100million man and girlfriend Sasha Attwood, 26, have been living in a rented flat in Manchester, which has a five-a-side footie pitch on its rooftop.