Gordon Ramsay flips seaside mansion in record-breaking deal

The cooking world’s venerated bad boy, Gordon Ramsay, has flipped his Cornwall mansion like it was one of his famous homemade burgers, selling the lavish abode for £7. 5 million (AUD$13 million).

According to , property records now show the Michelin Star chef sold his Trebetherick residence in a massive deal back in 2021.

The sale of Ramsay’s house made it the most expensive property transaction in the entire seaside county last year and potentially the most expensive home ever sold in Cornwall.

Ramsay famously spent much of 2020 at his beachside digs, often taking to Instagram to post videos from the home.

And unlike some of his other recent property sales, it appears the Hell’s Kitchen star has made a tidy profit in the process.

Records show the celebrity chef initially spent £4 million ($7 million) on the residence, meaning the often cantankerous kitchen maestro made a cool $6 million in the lucrative sale.

The outspoken star recently sparked ire in the seaside locale, stating live on radio: Trust me, I absolutely love Cornwall, it’s just the Cornish I can’t stand.

It’s not the only time a property in Cornwall has caused Ramsay grief.

Back in 2016, the father of six was engaged in an eight-month planning battle over another property he owned in Cornwall which he wished to bulldoze.

The proposed bulldozing infuriated neighbours and local community members, but Ramsay eventually won the dispute and the 1920s-built home, called Lanarth, was levelled.

In its place, Ramsay built a new mansion, which he still owns.

So if the Kitchen Nightmares host ever feels like Cornish folk are tolerable again, he can still move back to the picturesque waterside region.

This article first appeared on nine. com. au

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