Ed Sheeran splashes £4million on new houses to stop neighbours’ noise complaints

The singer has reportedly dropped some serious cash on a bunch of new houses hoping to stop his neighbours complaining about the noise.

Ed Sheeran, 28, has, according to The Sun, purchased two houses next to his £19.8million mansion in London.

The publication revealed along with his two new properties in the capital, he also bought a flat above his recently opened Notting Hill bar.

A source told the paper the house purchases come after Ed’s neighbours whinged about the noise levels at his sprawling Sussex estate.

The insider said: “Ed’s had neighbours grumbling about noise before so when he got a chance to buy up the two houses next to his London home, he jumped at the chance.

“Ed has not only made a wise investment but is limiting the chance of people grumbling about loud music or parties.

“He also decided to buy the flat above his restaurant because that could have been a massive sticking point for the business going forward.”

Ed, who is set to become a billionaire by the time he’s 30, has spent a large wedge of his earnings on his growing property empire.

The Thinking Out Loud hitmaker currently has 22 properties, costing him almost £47million.

At his Sussex country home, the estate boasts a 26ft tree house, an outdoor kitchen, and four properties including a £525,000 bungalow, a four-bed house, a £895,00 farmhouse and a £450,000 house.

Ed angered local residents recently as he strategically hid an outdoor pool behind a stack of hay bales.

The pool has been subject to a number of controversies over the months, as the singer was granted permission to build on it on the condition that it would be a natural habitat to attract wildlife.

However, his “wildlife pond”, which people think is an outdoor pool, has flouted the regulations.

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