When officers arrived at 3am they were stunned by the scenes of 'carnage' which greeted them as the gang had caused £19,000 worth of damage, wrecking £3,900 carpets and a bespoke £3,600 headboard.
Mr Best was born into a Romany gypsy family and made his millions from a luxury trailer home business and his property empire.
He recently appeared in the Channel 4 series 'How'd you get so rich?
There was a number of handbags left behind so quite a vast collection.'The total value of items stolen was £380,000.
The total for damage was more than £19,000.'At a previous hearing Darren Eastaugh, 30, Joshua Sumer, 27, Roy Head, 28, and 25-year-old Oliver Hart pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit burglary between February 1 and March 27 this year.
None of the items taken during the Terry raid have ever been recovered.
Other victims targeted included multi-millionaire trailer home businessmen Alfie Best, known as the 'gypsy king' who had nearly £150,000 worth of luxury goods stolen weeks after the raid on Mr Terry's home.On Thursday, Kingston Crown Court heard how an 'eye watering' collection of designer jewellery and handbags were looted from the 'vast' collection of Mrs Terry, who loves designer handbags so much that her 36-year-old husband had a handbag shaped cake made for her birthday last year, which she proudly shared on Instagram.The raiders discovered that the footballer's wife had so many handbags, they were unable to carry them all and instead plumped only for the 28 most valuable items including a £42,000 snakeskin Hermes bag, Chanel bags worth £8,000 and others from Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Yves Saint Laurent.They returned with a third man at around 2am and spent nearly an hour in the Terry's master bedroom where they tried to get into the safe.At 2.55am, the housekeeper was awoken by loud banging coming from the master bedroom which triggered the burglar alarm.At a previous hearing Joshua Sumer (left) pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit burglary between February 1 and March 27 this year.