The couple look like they may be in L.A. for good, with their $28 million back home for sale

By Antoinette Coulton
Updated March 25, 2012 01:45 PM
Credit: Nick Stern/WENN

Beckingham Palace on the block?

That’s the word out of Britain, where multiple reports say David and Victoria Beckham are planning to sell their 24- acre English estate dubbed Beckingham Palace.

The asking price is around $28 million, according to the Daily Mail.

When the couple and their children moved to Los Angeles in 2007, they held on to the property, located north of London in Hertfordshire, as a base for when they went back home.

The Beckhams bought the seven-bedroom estate in 1999 for nearly $4 million and are said to have spent millions renovating the property to include, among other things, a 52-ft. garden pavilion with a marble floor, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, recording studio and gym.

But with the couple’s three sons settled into their Hollywood lives and a recent family addition, daughter Harper, they seem to be strengthening their ties to the States.

Earlier this year David, signed a new two-year deal with the LA Galaxy soccer team, after turning down an offer to join France’s Paris Saint-Germain club.