The North West has gained a handful of famous new residents this summer thanks to a busy transfer window for Manchester United.
Erik ten Hag has been calm and selective when carrying out his shopping deals this window, bringing in three marquee signings who mark big investments from the Red Devils.
Midfielder Mason Mount joined from Chelsea while shot-stopper Andre Onana arrived from Inter Milan to take David De Gea's place and young £64 million man Rasmus Hojlund comes in to lead the line at Old Trafford.
Mount, Onana and Hojlund will be hoping to settle into life in Manchester quickly and part of that will be finding a new property to call home.
Conversations may be had with current squad members on the best places to live, with a number of Greater Manchester and Cheshire villages known to be hotspots for Premier League stars.
One of those is Bowdon, and those new arrivals could be in luck with a gorgeous £3.5 million subterranean pad hitting the market just as they put pen to paper at the club. The suburb is believed to be home to Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire with David De Gea also having previously lived in the area.
ManchesterWorld takes a look at the beautiful property, listed by Gascoigne Halman, which looks fit for a football superstar.