After being put off by noise from a nearby celebrity hangout, David and Victoria Beckham plan to move away from the great Tew Hraballoo and give up their dream Cotswold home
- The pair typically retreated to a barn from their £25m London townhouse
- However, visitors to the Soho Farmhouse venue have to walk past the couple’s residence.
- The number of cars heading to nearby venues is said to have at least doubled at the top
David and Victoria Beckham are set to sell their dream Cotswolds home — it was claimed after being put off due to traffic noise from nearby celebrity hangout Soho Farmhouse.
Two men moving from their £25m West London mansion into a converted barn for the weekend are looking for another property or property near the quaint village of Great Tew as their Private Members’ Club expands .
Visitors to the venue where Meghan Markle, Tom Cruise, James Corden and others have partyed have to drive past the Beckham property to get there.
Soho Farmhouse was already open when the Beckhams purchased the retreat in 2017, but the number of cars heading there is said to have at least doubled in the past two years.
Two men retreat from their £25m mansion in West London to a converted barn in the Cotswolds (pictured) for the weekend
Posh and Bex are looking for another property or land near the quaint village of Great Tew as they expand their Private Members Club.
A source close to the couple told The Mail on Sunday:
“They love going to the Cotswolds and enjoy spending time at Soho Farmhouse, but think it’s time to find another property not too far away to spend the weekend. It’s such a shame. – So much love was put into that house and they got it the way they wanted it.
The couple gave up on their dream Cotswolds home (pictured) after being put off by traffic noise from nearby celebrity hangout Soho Farmhouse
It is unclear whether the couple will sell or rent out the Grade II listed farm they purchased for £6m.
After the Beckhams’ improvements, the site now includes a sauna, plunge pool, football field, gym, swimming pool and a £50,000 safari tent on recreational grounds, now thought to be worth around £12 million. It is
Amanda Holden also owns properties in Great Tew.