Inside Abbey Clancy and Peter Crouchs gorgeous Surrey mansion complete with swimming pool and stunning kitchen

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He is the one-time England international who scored goals for fun over two decades. She is the catwalk queen who won Strictly Come Dancing.

Together Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy have become one of the country's most famous couples, characterised by their zest for life.

Peter and Abbey, who wed in 2011 and have four kids, are even said to be in talks to front their own TV series. Abbey launched her career on Britain's Next Top Model in 2006 and returned to host it in 2015.

Pundit Peter has also fronted the Saturday night game show Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.

Now they've offered us a peak inside their Surrey mansion, and it's is exactly what we’d expect from the former footballer and model…

The swimming pool


No mansion is truly complete without a swimming pool. We’re free anytime if you want to invite us round for a dip Abz?

Crouch and Clancy previously lived in Cheshire, in Freddie Flintoff’s former home – but they then designed their own home from scratch and moved in 2016.

The impressive property has everything from a walk-in wardrobe for model Clancy to its own swimming pool, and it’s no wonder given the family’s wealth.

Football pro Crouch is said to be worth a huge £27 million, while model and Strictly winner Abbey has a net worth of £3.4 million.

Kids in the kitchen


Abbey and Pete’s children Liberty and Johnny have a unique way of helping to put the shopping away. It’s a good job Sophia and Jack weren’t there to “help” as well.

The mansion has an open plan design, with a huge kitchen which has all white cupboards.

Crouch recently tweeted a photo of his makeshift casino table in the garden, which revealed a marble island in the centre of the luxurious kitchen behind him.

The kitchen has white painted doors which lead out onto the expansive garden, which also has a play area for the couple’s four children, and a barbecue which the couple often post about on their Instagram pages.

They also have a huge outdoor dining table so that they can entertain their guests when the lockdown ends.

Liberty's room

With four children that’s a lot of kids’ rooms to design, but they have enough creativity to give them all their own little havens, including Libby who’s room is fit for a Princess.

The marble table is great for family dinners, but even better for cake and presents in Sophia’s opinion.



Peter's office

We don’t know if Pete is working hard, or barely working. Either way we love the wooden desk.

It’s not all about playtime and relaxation, with Crouch revealing his minimalist study on Instagram.

The former striker’s home office featured a large Apple Mac computer and football memorabilia, with a photo mouse mat showing the star doing his robot dance and a statue of a player on the desk.

Crouch rarely posts on his social media pages, but Abbey has shared plenty of pictures which give away little details about their Surrey home.

The mansion is designed to be brightly lit throughout, with skylight windows in the kitchen and the living room to enhance the white interior.

The stunning garden and BBQ

Abbey is the Queen of the BBQ – we look much more sweaty and stressed when we take the lead.

Sofa time

Matching PJs are compulsory at the Crouch/Clancy household.

The stylish parquet floors are bare in the hallway, with neutral-coloured rugs for the living room for extra comfort, where there’s also a huge cream sofa.


The pair clearly have a passion for monochrome too, with Abbey sharing an adorable photo of their bedroom on Mother’s Day which showed a huge white headboard with a black frame.

The room looked otherwise minimalist with white walls, neutral curtains and an oversized table lamp.

Of course, as a model herself and presenter of Britain’s Next Top Model, Abbey has plenty of clothes to store away – which isn’t a problem thanks to her immaculate walk-in wardrobe.

Get the look

Fancy recreating Abbey and Peter's stylish interiors? Here's how to…

Bed, The French Bedroom Company, £3465

Sofa, Andrew Martin from £2005

Cushion, Mink Interiors, £55

Table, Barker & Stonehouse, from £699

Lamp, Cult Furniture, £39

Fur Throw, Bazaar Group, £69.99

Colander, La Redoute, £14

Office chair, Lakeland furniture, £94

Balloon arch, Ginger Ray, £39.99

BBQ, Cox and Cox, £495

Interiors options compiled by Victoria Gray

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