Robbie Williams' Haunted Wiltshire Home Could Be Yours For £9 Million

February 28, 2021 1:00 AM ‐ Paranormal

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Robbie Williams' luxury mansion in Wiltshire is for sale and the Take That singer thinks that the £9 million house might come with its own resident ghosts.

Robbie Williams
Robbie Williams recently revealed on Instagram that his 'creepy' mansion in Wiltshire could be haunted. He said in a live stream, "we have got a very, very old property. It is like a thousand years old. There is one room that I am suspicious of. It gives me the creeps. Teddy, our daughter, was sleeping in there. She doesn't anymore."

It's a well known fact that the Take That star has a bit of an interest in the paranormal having once famously spoken out about his beliefs in UFOs. But as he explained on Insta, the creepy vibe at his house was a little too much for one of his daughters, "when she was getting old enough to speak, I said to her, 'do you like the bedroom? Do you like the house?' And she said, 'that room scares me.' I said, 'OK, it scares me too. You don't have to sleep there any more.'"

If you feel brave enough to spend a night in that creepy room, then here's your chance, but it'll cost you £9 million. Robbie's 17th century house is on the market and could be your next haunted des res, thanks to the singer's planned move to Switzerland with his actress wife, Ayda Field, and their four children.

Other than the resident spooks, what will you get for your money? Well, according to The Mirror, the multi-million-pound mansion is set in 75-acres and boasts its own football pitch, tennis court, swimming pool and helicopter pad.

Robbie bought the house in Compton Bassett back in 2008, and unsuccessfully tried to sell it in 2010. Now he plans to permanently move the family in to their £24 million Swiss villa near Lake Geneva. The family have been lying low there for the last year in order to avoid the pandemic.

Robbie also believed that one of his former homes was haunted. He was convinced that the LA mansion that he once rented from 'Ghostbusters' star Dan Aykroyd was haunted by one of the house's former residents, Mamas and Papas singer Cass Elliot, also known as Mama Cass.

The mansion was the home of the singer until her death in 1974 at the young age of just 32. Speaking to Jo Wood on her Alien Nation podcast, Robbie said he told the singer's spirit, "I know that you are here and I am going to respect your space. I please ask you to respect mine as I am scared of you."

According to Robbie, his former landlord, Aykroyd, was very aware of the haunting - as you'd expect. The 'Ghostbusters' actor has been previously quoted as saying, "I’m sure it’s Mama Cass. You get the feeling it's a big ghost."

If the Swiss villa also turns out to have ghostly inhabitants, then Robbie could also consider moving into one of his other properties - his £26 million Beverly Hills home, or his £17.5 house in London's Holland Park.

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