Former tennis champion Annabel Croft has served up plans to sell her £6.75million Surrey mansion – complete with an all-weather tennis court.
The tennis commentator and her investment banker husband Mel Coleman bought the 1960s-built four-bedroom house near Wimbledon for just £1.3million.
They then demolished the former student digs and built a six-bedroom Georgian-style mansion in its place.
And now they are set to net a tidy profit after putting it up for sale with a guide price of £6.7million, more than £5million what they paid for the original house 20 years ago.
The luxury six-bedroom Georgian-style home boasts a grand entrance hall, five bathrooms, two reception rooms, a large kitchen and breakfast room.
It also has a family room, snug, study and utility room, and lies within an exclusive gated community in Kingston.
Neighbours include comedian Jimmy Tarbuck and former Wimbledon champion Sir Andy Murray tried to buy a house nearby but was out-bid.
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