Bankrupt Boris Becker has his luxury German villa on the market for £1.8million with just one catch… the buyer would have to live with his 85-year-old mother.
The three-time Wimbledon Champion's sprawling home has been put up for sale by the UK's insolvency administrator as part of his bankruptcy case.
Boasting 'unrestricted views of the Rhine Valley' and seven bedrooms, including a 'granny flat', one condition of sale is a 'lifelong right of residence' for Elvira Becker.
Estate agent's details describe the huge property as an exclusive 8,880 sq ft villa in Leimen, Becker's birthplace, only five miles from the ancient picturesque city of Heidelberg.
Boris Becker has been forced to sell his home in Leimen, Germany, for £1.8m with a condition of the sale that his mother Elvira, 85, (pictured together) can remain in a granny anex there
The estate agent's advert for the seven bed home in the town where Boris was born says one condition of the sale is the 'lifelong right of residence' for Elvira Becker, who Becker is close to
Estate agent's details describe the huge property as an exclusive 8,880 sq ft villa in Leimen, Becker's birthplace, only five miles from the ancient picturesque city of Heidelberg
The property is subject to an enforced sale by the UK insolvency administrator where Becker is involved in an £11million bankruptcy hearing in London despite earning £120m in his career
It is not clear how long widowed Elvira has lived in the house on a hillside, which also has a sun terrace, sauna and whirlpool, or whether she occupies the main house or the granny flat.
Becker, 52, who is dating political risk analyst Lilian Monteiro, went bankrupt in 2017 with debts of £11m, despite earning around £120m in prizes and sponsorship in a career which netted him 49 singles titles, six of them Grand Slams.
His stunning Majorcan mansion and estate, Son Coll, once valued at around £9m, went on the market last year, but despite boasting stables, an outdoor swimming pool, four guest houses, a helipad and, of course, a tennis court, it is now in a dilapidated state.
Boris, 52, was this week pictured laughing at an outdoor adventure centre in London despite the court case hanging over him
As MailOnline revealed last year, a group of German squatters who have moved in will hardly improve the chances of a sale.
The house occupied by his mother is believed to be one of the properties which Becker is accused of hiding from his bankruptcy trustees, along with trophies and medals won during his illustrious tennis career, including two from his three Wimbledon singles victories.
The German advert describes the property, built in 1990, as an 8880 square-feet villa.
'High-quality parquet flooring is in all living rooms, the hall area and the bathroom are tiled. The exposed wooden beams give the rooms a special flair,' it says.
'This floor is shared by three rooms, a large daylight bathroom, which is also equipped with a bathtub and shower, and a storage room.'
The estate agent Antje Bothe, who runs Antje Bothe Immobilien (Real estate) in Leimen said: 'I have an agreement with the client that I am not to make any comment on this'.
The star allegedly hid three properties, £1.2million in cash and 75,000 shares after his bankruptcy, which could land him a seven year jail sentence for concealment, if found guilty.
Appearing at Southwark crown court in London last month, Becker, already facing 19 existing charges relating to a failure to comply with legal obligations to disclose information, was hit with nine additional counts alleging he hid some of the spoils of his playing career to avoid them being sold to settle debts.
One of the new accusations relates to his 1985 All England Club trophy, when he became the youngest Wimbledon men's singles champion at the age of 17 years and seven months.
He confirmed to the court that he understood he would face arrest if he did not appear for the trial, scheduled for 13 September next year.
In spite of Boris's money troubles, Boris was seen driving a new Mercedes C-class C220d which can cost up to £46,000 at the activity centre on a day out with girlfriend Lilian Monteiro
Lilian was pictured trying the zip wire on their day out. Boris has had an interesting love life having been married twice - first to Barbara Becker, then estranged second wife Lily Becker
The three-time Wimbledon champion Becker has a vast property empire with a £9million mansion in Majorca - but is now thought to live in a £5million penthouse by the Thames (above)
The other prizes he was accused of concealing are the President's Cup from 1985 and 1989, a 1988 Davis Cup gold coin and 1989 Davis Cup trophy, the 1989 Wimbledon trophy, 1991 and 1996 Australian Open trophies and a 1992 Olympic gold medal.
The indictment accused Becker of concealing property from bankruptcy trustees by, among other means, transferring sums of money to a number of individuals, including a total of over £40,000 to his ex-wife Barbara Becker in 2017. The couple divorced in 2001.
He is also accused of transferring about £95,000 to his now estranged wife, Lilly Becker, in 2017. The couple separated in 2018.
Becker denies all 28 charges against him and last week told Bild am Sonntag that he is 'still innocent and have the right to be treated as any other citizen would have been.
'I believe in the British legal system and its representatives,' he said. 'It goes without saying that I will be co-operative and correct on all points'.