Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright put their Essex home on the market

Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright put their five-bed Essex pad complete with home gym, crushed-velvet interiors and manicured garden on the market

  • The couple, both 33, have put their huge rural pad on the market which is listed as ‘price on asking’
  • Inside shots of their home reveal spacious rooms and plush interiors as well as a landscaped garden
  • Michelle and Mark have bought their ‘dream home’ nearby for a cool £1.3m which is undergoing renovations 

Michelle Keegan and her husband Mark Wright have listed their five-bedroom Essex mansion for sale after buying their dream £1.3million home, which they are currently in the process of transforming nearby.

Images show inside the couple’s glamorous home, which they purchased in 2013 and lived in during lockdown while their new property undergoes extensive renovations.

Their current house, which is listed as ‘price on asking’, certainly caters for a luxury lifestyle with huge rooms and a sprawling garden, as well as an annex which currently houses their home gym.

On the market! Michelle Keegan and her husband Mark Wright have listed their five-bedroom Essex mansion for sale after buying their dream £1.3million home, which they are currently in the process of transforming nearby

The house boasts a spacious drive way with plenty of curb appeal and lots of room for the couple’s lavish cars, which have previously included a Mercedes GTS, a Range Rover and BMW X6.

Once inside the rural abode, the couple of have an abundance of space to unwind in their all grey living room and separate cinema room for cosying up to watch their favourite films.

In the centre of their lounge is a pale crushed velvet L-shaped sofa and a mirrored coffee table, which matches the other furniture in the room including a console table laden with family pictures. 

Wow: Images show inside the couple’s glamorous home, which they purchased in 2013 and lived in during lockdown while their new property undergoes extensive renovations

Glam: Their current house, which doesn’t offer a listed price, certainly caters for a luxury lifestyle with huge rooms and a sprawling garden, as well as an annex which currently houses their home gym

Unique: The focal point of the kitchen is a striking velvet padded booth and table, which is situated in the island along with a hob, while the rest of the room features oak and white cabinets and tiled flooring

The cinema room furniture is a selection of darker grey sofas, while a huge projector screen has been mounted to the wall – which has been painted a charcoal colour for added ambience.

The focal point of the kitchen is a striking velvet padded booth and table, which is situated in the island along with a hob, while the rest of the room features oak and white cabinets and tiled flooring.

Around the island is a selection of bar stools which the couple can sit at to catch up on some TV, which is mounted to the wall above a row of kitchen cabinets.

Cooking up a storm! Around the island is a selection of bar stools which the couple can sit at to catch up on some TV, which is mounted to the wall above a row of kitchen cabinets

Glitz: Other images of the house show two neutrally decorated guest rooms for the couple’s families to come and stay, especially Michelle’s who are based up in Mancheste

Lovely: Upstairs there are five bedrooms including the master suit, which boasts a king size bed with showstopping velvet headboard with matching curtains and bedding

Grand garden: Mark and Michelle’s garden is as perfectly presented as the interior of the home, as luxury sunbeds sit atop of the landscaped lawn and a selection of expensive-looking garden furniture decorates the patio

Decadent: A stunning chandelier was situated in the middle of the grand hallway

Mark and Michelle’s garden is as perfectly presented as the interior of the home, as luxury sunbeds sit atop of the landscaped lawn and a selection of expensive-looking garden furniture decorates the patio.

The hallway is the perfect entrance to the home, as a carpeted stairway is visible in a tastefully decorated entrance leading off in several directions to the other areas of the property.

Upstairs there are five bedrooms including the master suit, which boasts a king size bed with showstopping velvet headboard with matching curtains and bedding. 

Luxury: The couple own an impressive roll top bath in their neutrally toned bathroom

Mirror, mirror! In a theme which is seen throughout the house the room also features selection of mirrored furniture including bedside tables and a chest of drawers

Nice: Other images of the house show two neutrally decorated guest rooms for the couple’s families to come and stay, especially Michelle’s who are based up in Manchester

In a theme which is seen throughout the house, Mark and Michelle’s room also features a selection of mirrored furniture including bedside tables and a chest of drawers.

Other images of the house show two neutrally decorated guest rooms for the couple’s families to come and stay, especially Michelle’s who are based up in Manchester. 

Mark and Michelle bought their new home for £1.3m in October last year and it was revealed in January that they would demolish the four bedroom farmhouse to create the sensationally lavish new house with ‘classical design’.

Moving on: Mark and Michelle bought their new home for £1.3m in October last year and it was revealed in January that they would demolish the four bedroom farmhouse to create the sensationally lavish new house with ‘classical design

Fitness fans! The couple have been able to share their fitness videos after working out in their home gym

Back in June it was revealed that the sprawling new home will feature a huge swimming pool, bar and make-up room, floor plans have revealed.

Posted on Epping Council website and being designed by Essex-based company MP Architects, the stunning plans show the couple’s incredible vision, which also features a playroom for any future kids.

Earlier this year, they submitted plans to knock down their home and replace with a sprawling Georgian-style mansion – details of which can be seen online.

While the couple had no objections from neighbours, they withdrew requests for ‘demolition of an existing stable building’ to build a ‘one-bedroom annexe’. 

Sprawling: The house boasts a huge drive way with plenty of curb appeal and lots of room for the couple’s lavish cars, which have previously included a Mercedes GTS, a Range Rover and BMW X6

Welcome: The hallway is the perfect entrance to the home, as a carpeted stairway is visible in a tastefully decorated entrance leading off in several directions to the other areas of the property

Their planning agent previously said: ‘This new house has been carefully designed so that it is similar in area and volume to what is currently on the site.

‘The new house will sit further back on the site and will create a much more functional family dwelling for our clients.

‘The existing house has been extended several times and is not functional, therefore a new house would be a better use of the site.’

Well presented:  The oak front door features glass panelling either side and is flanked by two huge lanterns

Lavish: Once inside the rural abode, the couple of have an abundance of space to unwind in their all grey living room and separate cinema room for cosying up to watch their favourite films

On starting a family after moving into their dream home, Mark previously said: ‘We say we’re going to try [for a baby] every year but something comes up with work…

‘So it’ll be Michelle filming in South Africa and then I got the job in Los Angeles – so we think, right, we’ll try next year. It’ll be around December or January, we’ll talk about it and we’ll go from there.

‘With kids, I used to want three or four. But now, I’m 31, we’re not having kids any time before 32. I think we could have two or three. Twins would be great because you’re getting two out of the way at once!

Stylish: The cinema room furniture is a selection of darker grey sofas, while a huge projector screen has been mounted to the wall which has been painted a charcoal colour for added ambience

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