Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright put five bedroom Essex mansion up for sale with huge chandeliers and landscaped gardensOctober 7, 2020
MICHELLE Keegan and Mark Wright have put their five bedroom Essex mansion up for sale with huge chandeliers, a roll top bath and landscaped gardens.
The actress and the former Towie star, both 33, are building their £1.3million dream home and they've now decided to sell the house they spent lockdown in.
Mark and Michelle's property is a detached home spread across 3,000sq ft and three floors.
Potential owners will be able to access the property through electrically operated entrance gates.
Then once inside, they'll be greeted by a reception hall, which leads through double doors to the spacey living room.
The huge living space has a gas fireplace under the TV and opposite the large sofa.
There's also a home cinema room, taking the silver colour scheme and making it appropriately darker.
This floor also contains the modern kitchen, with an island dining area at the centre that doubles as a booth.
White counters surround it, meeting with the double fridge-freezer, ovens and wine fridge.
Massive doors lead out to the garden, featuring more seating – including sun loungers on the grass – with amble concrete and grass space.
The first floor boasts four double bedrooms, with three en-suites – and a family bathroom.
The rooms are spacious, with the ability to fit a sofa alongside the bed space.
The loft room boasts a chez lounge, big bed and a chandelier – a theme that runs through the property, as there is a chandelier in the hallway too.
Finally, an outhouse in the garden is perfect for fitness entrepreneur Mark, as it contains its own gym space.
The married couple purchased the home in 2013 and have kept it pretty much under wraps since then, just giving their fans just a few sneak peeks over the years.
Mark was recently spotted on the site of their new dream pad.
The ex Towie star purchased it in October last year before demolishing it in July.
Mark and Michelle submitted plans in February to knock down the farmhouse and replace it with a vast Georgian-style home.
The architect drawings reveal the house will feature a ground floor bar, gym, TV room, study, outdoor swimming pool – and of course the playroom for any future offspring.
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