Sat, 15 Oct 2011 21:10:21 GMT | By Stephen Jones, editor, MSN Money
Footballers' homes: Phil Neville

Phil Neville's Manchester apartment is on the market for £3.75 million



Phil Neville's Manchester apartment is on the market for £3.75 million (© Image: Peter Byrne - Press Association Images)
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  • Phil Neville's Manchester apartment is on the market for £3.75 million (© Image: Peter Byrne - Press Association Images)
  • The lounge area in Phil Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
  • Another view of the lounge area in Phil Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
  • The balcony of Phil Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment offers 180-degree views (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
  • A staircase in Phil Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
  • Phil The balcony to Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
  • Living space in Phil Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
  • Bathroom to Phil Neville's £3.75 million Manchester apartment (© Image: Gascoigne Halman - Rightmove)
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Everton captain Phil Neville's Manchester home was originally put up for sale in November 2010, but still hasn't been bought up. Let's take a look inside...

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