Sir Andy Murray builds triple garage at his new £3million Surrey home

Sir Andy Murray builds triple garage at his new £3million five-bedroom Surrey mansion to go with the swimming pool, massage room and gym (plus a tennis court)

  • Sir Andy Murray is building a triple garage at his £3million Surrey mansion
  • It will house £75,000 Jaguar I-Pace and goes with gym, pool and massage room
  • The garage will be built at his new mansion which is still under construction

Sir Andy Murray is building a triple garage at his five bedroom £3million mansion to go with his swimming pool, massage room and gym.

The tennis star, who owns a £75,000 Jaguar I-Pace has had plans approved for the building at his new countryside estate.

The plans for the property near Leatherhead, Surrey, will see him demolish an existing garage and a series of outbuildings and put up a courtyard-style garage building to accommodate his fleet.

It will house his luxury motor and could also be home to his Volkswagen Polo, which he bought when he was 21-years-old after getting rid of his L-Plates.

The tennis star, who owns a £75,000 Jaguar I-Pace (pictured) has had plans approved for the building at his new countryside estate

Plans for the property near Leatherhead, Surrey, will see him demolish an existing garage and a series of outbuildings and put up a courtyard-style garage building for his cars

Plans for the property near Leatherhead, Surrey, will see him demolish an existing garage and a series of outbuildings and put up a courtyard-style garage building for his cars

The building (pictured, the plans) will house his luxury motor

The building (pictured, the plans) will house his luxury motor

Speaking recently the 32-year-old revealed he still owns the vehicle, which is currently being used by a friend saying he’s ‘attached to it’ and refused demands from his wife Kim Sears to sell it.

The garage will be built at his new home, which is still under construction, which is a few miles from Murray’s other £5million property in Oxshott, which he shares with his wife, their two daughters Sophia and Edie and baby son Teddy.

Outlining the application which has been approved and is under construction, Andy Murray’s planning agents, said: ‘The existing garages and outbuildings are of no architectural merit and are generally run down in appearance.

‘This application proposes to erect a replacement garage and store following the demolition of two garages and outbuildings at the site.

The garage will be built at his new home a few miles from Murray's other £5million property in Oxshott, which he shares with his wife Kimn Sears (pictured with Murray in March last year) and their children

 The garage will be built at his new home a few miles from Murray’s other £5million property in Oxshott, which he shares with his wife Kimn Sears (pictured with Murray in March last year) and their children

‘The new building would be sited within the established residential curtilage of the property and is proposed for purposes purely ancillary to the main house.

‘As such there should be no objection to their demolition.

‘The new garage / store would be an attractively designed and well-proportioned building, as the elevation plans below demonstrate. 

Murray and his wife bought the house, which has a tennis court in its 28 acres of grounds, in 2016.

Murray and his wife bought the house, which has a tennis court in its 28 acres of grounds, in 2016 (pictured: plans for the new mansion)

Murray and his wife bought the house, which has a tennis court in its 28 acres of grounds, in 2016 (pictured: plans for the new mansion)

Plans for the reverse angle of the house are pictured. Murray's architects said the existing house was 'of no particular historic or architectural merit' and would be replaced by an 'attractively designed property'

Plans for the reverse angle of the house are pictured. Murray’s architects said the existing house was ‘of no particular historic or architectural merit’ and would be replaced by an ‘attractively designed property’

He lodged plans to demolish the mansion and replace the property with a five-bed mansion which will have five en-suite bathrooms on the first floor and a library and a study on the ground floor.

It will also have a large dining room, a larder and a snug room.

At the time of knocking down the dwelling, Murray’s architects said that the existing house was ‘of no particular historic or architectural merit’ and would be replaced by an attractive property.

Speaking recently the 32-year-old (pictured on court in November last year) revealed he still owns his VW Polo, saying he's 'attached to it' and refused demands from his wife to sell it

Speaking recently the 32-year-old (pictured on court in November last year) revealed he still owns his VW Polo, saying he’s ‘attached to it’ and refused demands from his wife to sell it

Outlining the plans for the house, Andy Murray’s Architects, said: ‘The design of the property would be one of a Georgian appearance with narrow long windows and stone detailing.

‘The position of the new property would be close to the existing and therefore the spacious nature of the site would be maintained.’

Murray was then granted planning permission to build a swimming pool building which will include a massage room, changing facilities and sauna as well as a gym.

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