Inside Patrice Evra’s luxury penthouse flat where Man Utd legend and Andy Carroll once enjoyed a lavish life including a pool, huge wardrobe
A luxury London home that used to be a Premier League (EPL) football stadium has been put on the market for less than £2m.
The penthouse was once home to legendary Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, who joined the east London club in 2018. Before that, it was a three-bedroom residence for Hammers striker Andy Carroll and his then-friend José Fonte .
Their former homes on the 25th and 26th floors of the Ontario Museum near the East India Docks in east London are on the market with real estate agents Johns & Co.
The luxurious three-bedroom penthouse offers panoramic views of the River Thames from the 25th and 26th floors.
Pictured is the open-plan living area of the penthouse, former home of West Ham United players Andy Carroll, Patrice Evra and Jose Fonte.
The open living and dining areas have floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the River Thames and the city from the 25th and 26th floors of the East India Dock Ontario Tower.
This is one of the luxury bathrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows in the three-bedroom penthouse, which has been home to international footballers.
Patrice Evra (left) and Andy Carroll (right) call the luxury penthouse home, along with Hammer colleague Jose Fonte.
This penthouse overlooks Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs to the east, while lucky buyers will enjoy panoramic views of the River Thames from the 25th and 26th floors of the Ontario Tower in East London.
The home front included Patrice Evra, Andy Carroll and Jose Fonte.
The Millennium Dome can be seen from the penthouse’s alfresco dining room overlooking Greenwich, South London. The property has recently hosted three Premier League players.