Gemma Owen shows off huge garden at famous footy star dad’s £4million family mansion

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GEMMA Owen showed off the huge garden at her famous footy dad’s £4million family mansion.

The former Love Island star took to her Instagram story to share a glimpse of the picturesque grounds at her home.

Gemma Owen showed off her huge garden at her dad Michael Owen’s huge mansion

The former Love Island reality star gave her fans a glimpse of the families stunning abode

Gemma, 20, posted a simple snap of the sweeping garden landscape from inside Michael Owen‘s huge mansion.

The huge back plot features luxury hotel style netted grey and brown recliners.

It’s grass is freshly mowed and is styled into neat stripes whilst decorative trees line the lawn that are manicured into twirls.

The garden also contains an assortment of shrubs and huge trees as well as what looks like a frame of a small goal post, in a nod to Michael’s football past.

The businesswoman, 19, lives in the amazing home with her footballer dad Michael, 43, mum Louise Bonsall, and three siblings Emily May, 14, Jessica, 12, and James Michael, 16.

They have lived in the property since it was purchased in 2001.

The amazing Grade-II-listed manor is set among 42 acres in the Welsh countryside.

The home boasts plenty of football memorabilia including a giant photo-frame on the wall that carries a handful of Owen’s England jerseys from the 89 caps the striker won.

There is also a heated indoor swimming pool, hot tub and a private gym.

There is also plenty of space for Gemma to look after her 12 horses, which live on the grounds of their home.

Outside, keen golfer Owen has his own putting green as well as a jungle gym for his children.

The Owen family have lived in the Grade-II-listed manor since 2001