Inside ex Man Utd star Javier Hernandez’s stunning $5.6m farmhouse LA mansion

Javier Hernandez is living it up at new club LA Galaxy, buying a $5.6million farmhouse mansion.

The Mexican made his name at Manchester United, scoring 20 goals in his first season after arriving from Guadalajara.

Working as an impact substitute under Sir Alex Ferguson, the forward’s goals helped them win Premier League titles in 2011 and 2013.

After the Scot’s departure, though, Hernandez struggled to make his impact at Old Trafford, sparking a loan move to Real Madrid in 2014.

Short stints at Bayer Leverkusen, West Ham and Seville followed before making his move to LA Galaxy in January this year.

While the Mexican has struggled for form in front of goal – but he has hit the jackpot by buying a beautiful farmhouse mansion.

As the highest paid player in MLS, he is able to afford the $5.6m [£4.2m] in the Beverley neighbourhood of Los Angeles.

The property is brand new, built this year on a quarter-acre lot with 6,500 square feet of living space.

On arrival at the property, dark blue weatherboarding greets visitors as well as huge glass windows.

But the best of the mansion is to be found upstairs, with a master bedroom boasting its own sitting room, walls of glass to a private patio and a fireplace with a black marble mantle.

Hernandez’s new bedroom has its own spa-style bath with slabs of marble, with a walk-in wardrobe leading the way.

Guests are not far away, though, as the property’s upstairs can also fit in four more family bedrooms, each having their own bathroom.

The last of the six bedrooms can be found downstairs along with maid quarters.

Two separate lounge areas are also on the lower level of the mansion, one holding a massive sofa in front of the TV, while two more are outside.

The TV area leads to a huge gourmet kitchen that features an eat-in breakfast bar, designer stainless steel appliances and a separate pantry.

But Hernandez has a choice of places to eat as a separate breakfast area and dining room can be found.

The property is finished off with a pool spa that boasts a detached pool house for the LA forward to recover in.

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