Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan’s dream ‘£3.5m’ home begins to take shape


Progress is being made on Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan‘s ‘£3.5million’ dream home in Essex, with new aerial pictures showing the stunning exterior taking shape. 

The couple, who are estimated to have a net worth of £12million, have been documenting the construction process after purchasing the original property for £1.3million in October 2019. 

And despite months of delays due to the Covid pandemic, their five-bedroom mansion is beginning to resemble their architectural model, after builders put in the windows late last month. 

Impressive: Progress is being made on Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan’s ‘£3.5million’ dream home in Essex as new aerial pictures show the stunning exterior taking shape

Dream home: The couple, who are estimated to have a net worth of £12million, have been documenting the construction process after purchasing the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 (pictured last year)

Dream home: The couple, who are estimated to have a net worth of £12million, have been documenting the construction process after purchasing the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 (pictured last year) 

Incredible: Their house is in the process of being build and will come complete with five bedrooms, a bar, gym and an outdoor swimming pool as well a granny annexe (pictured is the CGI model of the final property)

Incredible: Their house is in the process of being build and will come complete with five bedrooms, a bar, gym and an outdoor swimming pool as well a granny annexe (pictured is the CGI model of the final property)

With the build nearly being completely dry, the tarpaulin which had been covering the home for months was removed and discarded in what will soon be Mark and Michelle’s sprawling garden. 

Marking the turning point in the build, Mark had taken to their dedicated home Instagram page and wrote: ‘The windows are in!! What a moment!! 

‘We are nearly in the dry!! @homehubgroup smashed it!! Thank you so much for helping us create what we’ve always wanted’. 

Way to go: The scaffolding was still present, particularly at the front of the house with a number of diggers and lorries seen dotted around the property

Way to go: The scaffolding was still present, particularly at the front of the house with a number of diggers and lorries seen dotted around the property 

Progress: Despite months of delays due to the Covid pandemic, their five-bedroom mansion is beginning to resemble their architectural model, after builders put in the windows late last month

Progress: Despite months of delays due to the Covid pandemic, their five-bedroom mansion is beginning to resemble their architectural model, after builders put in the windows late last month

Plans: The couple have been sharing updates on the development of their 'Wrighty home' with their fans on social media

Plans: The couple have been sharing updates on the development of their ‘Wrighty home’ with their fans on social media 

Epic: Earlier this year the pair shared a glimpse of the plans for the garden in their Essex home - the couple are said to have a combined net worth of £12million

Epic: Earlier this year the pair shared a glimpse of the plans for the garden in their Essex home – the couple are said to have a combined net worth of £12million

The scaffolding was still present, particularly at the front of the house with a number of diggers and lorries seen dotted around the property.  

Due to various lockdowns and Covid restrictions, construction has been stop- start after they demolished a farmhouse and began building a five-bedroom mansion complete with bar, gym, granny annexe and outdoor swimming pool.

The former TOWIE star and Our Girl actress, both 34, won planning approval for the colossal building project back in January 2020 – and it looks like it’ll be over two years after that date until they can move in. 

They purchased the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 and in January 2020 it was revealed that they were demolishing the farmhouse. Construction experts have estimated the demolition and rebuild of the home will cost around £3.5million.

Unveiling: With the build nearly being completely dry, the tarpaulin was removed and discarded in what will soon be Mark and Michelle's sprawling garden

Unveiling: With the build nearly being completely dry, the tarpaulin was removed and discarded in what will soon be Mark and Michelle’s sprawling garden

The couple had been sharing updates on the development of their ‘Wrighty home’ with their fans on social media, earlier this year taking to Instagram to show their plans for their garden, which will include a swimming pool, which will be carried out by Rosebank Landscaping. 

They said: ‘Our garden means the world to us and we love the outdoors. We searched high and low to find the best landscape designers, after realising that there was only one company for us. 

‘It’s funny how you can have a dream, tell the professionals and they make your dream bigger than you ever imagined.

‘Here is what the boys Cam and Matt Keightley have designed and created for us. Absolutely blown away and cannot wait to see it come to life.’ 

Exterior: Marking the turning point in the build, Mark had taken to their dedicated home Instagram page and wrote: 'The windows are in!! What a moment!! 'We are nearly in the dry!!'

Exterior: Marking the turning point in the build, Mark had taken to their dedicated home Instagram page and wrote: ‘The windows are in!! What a moment!! ‘We are nearly in the dry!!’

They have also shared stunning before and after shots with their fans online which show the original farmhouse as it stands and the CGI plans of their home.   

The traditional wood-beamed farmhouse will be transformed into a beautiful white home complete with pillars out front and vast windows, in a design some have likened to the white house.  

‘Here’s the lovely house that we purchased back in 2019 vs what we are hoping to create,’ they wrote in a social media post. 

‘It’s been a long process so far and still a long way to go but sooner or later we will have the house we could have only ever dreamed of.’    

The couple have been together since 2012, and were married in 2015. They regularly share snaps of their life together with fans on social media.     

Wow! Earlier this summer, it was reported that the couple are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion after purchasing the original £1.3m property in 2019 (before, top, and the CGI image of their future plans, below)

Wow! Earlier this summer, it was reported that the couple are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion after purchasing the original £1.3m property in 2019 (before, top, and the CGI image of their future plans, below) 



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