Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have glimpsed the plans for the garden at their £ 1.3million home in Essex.
The former TOWIE star, 34, and his actress wife, 33, shared the digital renderings of the house and garden on their home Instagram account, featuring images of a large pool, fire pit, sitting area and lounge chairs.
He wrote a caption: ‘Our garden means the world to us and we love the outdoors. We searched high and low to find the best landscape designers, after realizing there was only one company ahead of us. We begged them to take some time out of their busy schedules. So today we received this from the excellent, incredible
“It’s funny how you can have a dream, then tell the professionals and they’ll make your dream bigger than you imagined. This is what the Cam & guys designed and made. Absolutely blown away and can’t wait to see it come to life !! Guys…. Thank you for your excellence and incredible talent. I don’t know a better landscape designer ‘.
Epic: Mark Wright and Michelle Keega have glimpsed plans for the £ 1.3million garden at their Essex home
The couple has documented their renovation on their new ‘Wrighty Home’ Instagram page.
The previous day, Mark shared another digital rendering – this time with the final bathroom design featuring marble floors and a large counter top with Jack and Jill sinks. Matching marble slabs lined the walls while the modern ceiling lighting illuminated the space in the computerized image.
The adjoining room’s steam room and sauna had floor-to-ceiling glass doors, separating it from the walkway and enhancing the master suite’s modern, luxurious feel.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Mark and Michelle are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion they are currently building in Essex.
Stunning: The former TOWIE star, 34, and his actress wife, 33, shared the digital renderings of the house and garden on their home Instagram account, featuring images of a large pool, fire pit, sitting area and lounge chairs
One vision: The couple has documented their renovation on their new ‘Wrighty Home’ Instagram page
On the way: After sharing photos of the house plans, the couple got out in Essex
Drawings – initially withdrawn last year – were resubmitted to the Epping Forest District Council and show that the annex will have an ensuite bedroom, wardrobe, kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
They bought the original property in October 2019 for £ 1.3 million and in January 2020 it was revealed that they were demolishing the four-bedroom farmhouse.
They are said to be one opulent new five bedroom townhouse with ‘classic design’ complete with bar, gym, children’s playroom and outdoor pool.
The annex will be 56 m2 in size, which is larger than the average flat in London according to the figures of the Office of National Statistics, which flats in the City of London state have an average value of 47 m2.
Kick back: the house is perfect for parties and evenings
Wow! Earlier this month, it was reported that the couple are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion after purchasing the original £ 1.3 million property in 2019 (front, top and CGI image of their future plans, below)
The couple hope that once the pandemic is over, normal life can be resumed and that they can use the guest house to visit family and friends. The new addition is where the stables of the old farm used to be.
Speaking to fans at a recent Q&A, Mark admitted progress was being made, but an official move date was still a long way off.
Responding to a fan who asked how the house was doing, he wrote, “Come by, thank you, but I just want to click my fingers and it’s done.”
The TV personality also shared images of the skeleton build, suggesting that it may not take long to complete. Asked by another fan when the house will be ready, he added: ‘Tomorrow hopefully. Wishful thinking. ‘
Luxurious: The previous day, Mark shared a digital rendering of the final bathroom design with marble floors and a large counter top with twin vanities
Streamline: Matching marble slabs lined the walls while modern ceiling lighting illuminated the space in the computerized image
Chic: The steam room and sauna in the adjoining room had floor-to-ceiling glass doors, separating it from the walkway and emphasizing the master suite’s modern, luxurious feel.