Gordon Ramsay sells Cornwall home for £7.5m in county's 'most expensive sale'
Gordon Ramsay has reportedly sold one of his plush pads in Cornwall for a hefty £7.5 million, apparently setting a sale record for the county.
The celebrity chef sold the lavish home in Trebetherick for the whopping sum in March last year, according to Cornwall Live.
Land Registry documents have apparently shown that the sale of Daymer Bay House was the most expensive across all of Cornwall for the year — and it's thought to be the biggest ever in the county.
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Ramsay, 55, bought the house in 2016, and was said to have splashed out £4 million at the time.
The TV star is a big fan of Cornwall and still has at least one property there.
He sparked a bit of a backlash among local residents when he took his family to the county for the coronavirus lockdown.
Ramsay headed to his second home in Cornwall with his wife Tana and their children in 2020.
He later told Radio Times: “God knows why we took so much s*** from the Cornish.
“We lived down there; we just hadn’t been down there for a long time. We didn't sneak down there at all."
"We got there at an appropriate time and had an absolutely amazing time. And a time like that – we’ll never get back again," added the Kitchen Nightmares star.
Gordon is dad to daughter Megan, 23, twins Holly and Jack, 22, and daughter Tilly, 20, who was a contestant on the last series of Strictly Come Dancing.
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He and Tana also have son Oscar, who was born in 2019.
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