A bridle path runs close to 34-year-old Williams restored 18th Century mansion. This could make it a good spot for fans and walkers to loiter in the hope of spotting their idol. "The bridle path is already used by a lot of ramblers during the summer months. It's also used by people walking up to a nearby church. It's probably not the ideal house in which to keep a low profile," the Daily Star quoted Danny Adams, landlord of the local pub, as saying.
Apart from that, residents are complaining about the stench from a local landfill site likely to get worse when the dump is extended.
One local said: "No one seems to have told Robbie about the smell which is especially bad in the warmer months. His house is near a landfill site which emits a considerable pong in the summer and the council is talking about extending the site in the future. Some people might say that 8.5million pounds to live next to a rubbish dump is a bit much," the local added.
London (ANI): Robbie Williams girlfriend Ayda Field is deeply worried that the couple will be besieged by fans and ramblers when they will move into their new 8.5 million pounds country pad. Field, 29, is most concerned about the easy access to the property in the Wiltshire village for fans of the singer.