15/10/2014 07:33 BST | Updated 15/10/2014 07:59 BST

Sol Campbell, Mansion Tax Hater, Puts House Up For Sale At £25m

Sol Campbell and his wife Fiona arriving at the Women for Women International & De Beers Summer Evening, at the Royal Opera House, in Covent Garden, central London.

It all makes sense now. Sol Campbell, vocal in his hatred of the mansion tax last month, has put his mansion up for sale at £25 million.

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Campbell and his wife, Fiona, want £25m for their house

Campbell's Cheyne Walk townhouse has gone up for sale well ahead of next year's general election, which should help him offset a hefty bill if Labour are re-elected. Ed Miliband's flagship plan is to impose a mansion tax on properties worth £2m or more in the UK.

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You can enjoy the view of Albert Bridge from Sol's shack

The six-floor 7,247 square foot Thameside residence includes a 45-foot long garden, seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and four reception rooms.

If you don't fancy buying Sol's digs, you can rent it for £15,000 a week, which is a considerable drop from the £75,000 it was marketed to tenants during the 2012 Olympics.

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You can chill in the sun for £15,000-per-week - down from £50,000

Renovated in 2008, Campbell's wife, Fiona Barratt-Campbell, said in 2012 "the entertaining space on the first floor with views of the river and Albert Bridge [is] beautiful when it is lit up at night."

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You can relax in Sol's surroundings