FORMER Manchester United star Gary Neville is raking in £20,000 a month from the terraces — after buying four Georgian townhouses.
The elegant pads, in a street close to the former Coronation Street studios, mean his portfolio is now worth £10.5million.
The first of the four townhouses to have been renovated is available to rent at £20,000 a month.
Neville, 46, is working on the others, with at least one more expected to be ready by summer.
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They are on St John Street in Manchester — dubbed the city’s “millionaires’ row”.
The houses have four bedrooms, four reception rooms, a double garage and an outdoor terrace with a retractable roof.
Until recently, the area was dominated by private medical practices and barristers’ chambers and, at times, squatters.