Disgraced footballer Adam Johnson's County Durham mansion is up for sale with the price tag of £1.9m.
The former Sunderland star and ex-England winger, put the five bed-roomed pad on the market last week after losing an appeal against his conviction and six -year jail sentence for sexual activity with a girl of 15.
Estate agents Fine and Country have said the house, located on the edge of the conservation village of Castle Eden, features over two acres of land, a games room with a bar and a cinema room.
Other features include electric gates, landscaped gardens and a sweeping drive bordered by lawns and trees concluding in a triple garage.
The 29-year old's football shirts and England caps have been removed from the mansion, which he had shared with girlfriend Stacey Flounders, mum to his daughter, when he groomed the fan. His family claimed he was wrongly convicted and campaigned to set him free.
Features of the £1.9m house:
* Five en-suite double bedrooms
*Five reception rooms
* Games room and bar
* Cinema room
*AstroTurf putting green
* 2.2 acres of land