The retired athlete and his wife Victoria Beckham have reportedly lodged legal request to build their own greenhouse and garden kitchen at their family home at Oxfordshire.
AceShowbiz –David Beckham has allegedly filed plans for a greenhouse and garden kitchen at his Oxfordshire pad. The retired football ace is reportedly keen to get green-fingered and grow his own fruits and vegetables at the country abode in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
“The proposed kitchen garden is laid out in a formal style, with raised beds arranged in a symmetrical format around a central path. The glasshouse is traditional in style and faces south, overlooking the kitchen garden, framed by fruit trees,” the document reads as reported by The Mirror.
A decision will be made by West Oxfordshire District Council in the next few weeks.
Earlier this year, David, 48, and his fashion designer wife Victoria Beckham, 49, reportedly installed an outside toilet at the £6 million estate. The couple – who have regularly posted images of themselves enjoying the outdoors life at the sprawling property with their children Brooklyn Beckham, 24, Romeo Beckham, 20, Cruz Beckham, 18, and Harper, 11 – are said to have wanted the facility so guests at their garden parties would not have to make the “tiring” walk to their mansion to use the loo.
A source told The Sun, “David and Victoria love holding parties near their lake but it became tiring having to traipse back and forth to the house to use the loo when the drinks were flowing. David asked the architect to design the wood-built toilet block behind the wild kitchen. As toilet breaks go, it’s a lovely place to spend a few moments in the fresh air with the sounds of birdsong.”
The wooden outhouse is next to the ornamental lake on the grounds of the house, and has its own septic tank not believed to be connected to the main sewer. The former England football captain and the Spice Girls alum bought the pad – which boasts a football pitch, outdoor pool, sauna and safari tent – in 2017.
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