Keith Lemon tours ex Liverpool player’s mansion on ITV show

Keith Lemon took viewers on a tour round a former Liverpool player's mansion on tonight's episode of Through the Keyhole.

Michael Owen gave fans a taste of how the other half lives when he opened his home to TV host Keith Lemon.

The former Liverpool striker's sprawling mansion was on full show for an episode of the popular ITV show, which was a repeat.

The comical presenter wandered around the expansive kitchen, a huge games room and multiple living rooms in the country house, which is in North Wales.

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The huge home is worth an estimated £4million.

Former England player Owen has lived in Lower Soughton Hall which is a Grade II listed manor house since 2001.

He lives with his wife Louise Bonsall and their four children.

Keith wasn't allowed to take viewers inside any of the bedrooms, but he was able to show viewers Owen's modern, open plan kitchen complete with an island in the centre and two large dining room tables.

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Owen's games room and bar area is home to a series of the retired footballer's memorabilia.

The private pool.

Items included a number of signed footballs, a collection of trophies, a collection of official shirts including plenty of Liverpool shirts, as well as the coveted and prestigious Ballon d'Or award.

The home also boasts a private gym and a heated indoor swimming pool complete with a hot tub.

Michael admitted on the show that he'd only watched around eight films in his whole life, citing his low attention span and inability to suspend his disbelief as the reason why, but his home still has a private cinema room.

The private cinema room.

The outdoor space was equally impressive, boasting stables for his famous racehorses, an additional two cottages, two flats, a coachhouse, extensions and three greenhouses.

The 40-year-old played for Liverpool from 1996 until 2004, where he made 306 appearances and scored 179 goals.

He later made a controversial move to play for Man United.

Owen was also the last English player to win the Ballon d'Or award, which is given to the player voted the best footballer in the world for that year.

He won in 2001.

*Through The Keyhole airs every Saturday on ITV