Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan share EPIC plans for the garden


Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have shared a glimpse of the plans for the garden in their £1.3m Essex home. 

The former TOWIE star, 34, and his actress wife, 33, who are said to have a combined net wealth of £12million, shared the digital renderings of the home and garden on their home Instagram account, with images showing a vast pool area, fire pit, seating area and sun loungers. 

He penned a caption reading: ‘Our garden means the world to us and we love the outdoors. We searched high an low to find the best landscape designers, after realising that there was only one company for us. We begged for them to make some time in their busy schedule. So today, we received this from [them], [it’s] incredible…

Epic: Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan have shared a glimpse of the plans for the garden in their £1.3m Essex home – the couple are said to have a combined net worth of £12million

‘It’s funny how you can have a dream, tell the professionals and they make your dream, bigger than you imagined. Here is what the boys Cam & @matt.keightley have designed and created. Absolutely blown away and cannot wait to see it come to life!! Boys…. Thank you for your excellence and insane talent. I do not know a better landscape designer’. 

The couple have been documenting their renovation on their ‘Wrighty Home’ Instagram page. 

Mark and Michelle will be living in pure luxury in their new living quarters, with the plans showing the stunning pool area surrounded by hotel-worthy sunbeds as well as stunning greenery.

A vast fire pit is the perfect addition to the social hub. It is highly likely the couple will host pool parties at their home, given Mark’s bragging about his pool party prowess in 2011’s second season of TOWIE.   

Stunning: The former TOWIE star, 34, and his actress wife, 33, shared the digital renderings of the home and garden on their home Instagram account, with images showing a vast pool area, fire pit, seating area and sun loungers

Stunning: The former TOWIE star, 34, and his actress wife, 33, shared the digital renderings of the home and garden on their home Instagram account, with images showing a vast pool area, fire pit, seating area and sun loungers

A vision: The couple have been documenting their renovation on their new 'Wrighty Home' Instagram page

A vision: The couple have been documenting their renovation on their new ‘Wrighty Home’ Instagram page

Happy days! The couple will no doubt be living it up with pool parties in their garden

Happy days! The couple will no doubt be living it up with pool parties in their garden

The scene in question was undoubtedly Mark’s most iconic to date, as his former fiancée Lauren Goodger was banned from the party however showed up and pushed Mark into the pool.  

On Thursday, Mark shared another digital rendering – this time showing the final bathroom design which featured marble floors and a vast countertop with Jack and Jill sinks. 

Matching marble slabs lined the walls as the contemporary ceiling lights illuminated the space in the computerised image. 

The steam room and sauna in the adjoining room featured floor-length glass doors, separating it from the walkway and enhancing the modern, luxurious feel of the master suite.  

Earlier this month, it was reported that Mark and Michelle are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion.

Drawings – which were initially withdrawn last year – were re-submitted to Epping Forest District Council, and reveal that the annexe will have an ensuite bedroom, a cloakroom, kitchen, dining area and sitting area.

Kicking back: The house is perfect for parties and evenings of entertaining

Kicking back: The house is perfect for parties and evenings of entertaining

They purchased the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 and in January 2020, it was revealed that they were demolishing the four-bedroom farmhouse.

They are building a lavish new five-bedroom mansion with a ‘classical design’, complete with bar, gym, kids’ playroom, and the outdoor swimming pool they have now shared. 

The outhouse will stand at 56 sqm, which is bigger than the average London flat according to numbers from the Office Of National Statistics, which state City of London flats have a median value of 47sqm. 

The couple are hoping that normal life can be resumed once the pandemic is over and can use the guesthouse for visiting family and friends. The new addition is where the stables of the old farmhouse used to be. 

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 £1.3m property in 2019 (before, top, and the CGI image of their future plans, below)

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 £1.3m property in 2019 (before, top, and the CGI image of their future plans, below) 

Wow! Previous plans showed the huge swimming pool alongside a bar and make-up room

Wow! Previous plans showed the huge swimming pool alongside a bar and make-up room

Ins and outs: In the new application letter by MP Architects LLP, the company wrote: ‘We attach our planning application for the removal of the existing stable building and construction of a 1-bedroom annex, in conjunction with the approved new house

It is unknown why they initially withdrew requests for ‘demolition of an existing stable building’ to build the ‘one-bedroom annexe’ last year – however they have since reapplied earlier this month, and noted that the building will provide care for his parents Carol and Mark Sr. 

In the application letter by MP Architects LLP, the company wrote: ‘We attach our planning application for the removal of the existing stable building and construction of a 1-bedroom annex, in conjunction with the approved new house.

‘The annex is for the use of our client’s parents, who need to be close to our clients for care. The annex provides one bedroom, bathroom, a TV room and an open plan kitchen, living and dining area with a feature window & doors to provide good views over the countryside.’

Heading out: After sharing shots of the house plans, the couple stepped out in Essex

Health nuts! Ever the health lovers, the duo bought coffees and green juice during their outing on Thursday

Heading out: After sharing shots of the house plans, the couple stepped out in Essex 

Epic: They are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion they are currently building in Essex and new plans have shown the staggering size of the outhouse

Epic: They are adding a designer granny flat to the grounds of the new mansion they are currently building in Essex and new plans have shown the staggering size of the outhouse 

Swanky: They purchased the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 and in January 2020, it was revealed that they were demolishing the four-bedroom farmhouse onsite for a lavish new five-bedroom mansion with a 'classical design' (pictured in 2019)

His nearest and dearest: After withdrawing the plans last year, they have since reapplied over the past week, and noted that the building will provide care for his parents Carol and Mark Sr. (pictured in September)

 Swanky: They purchased the original property for £1.3million in October 2019 and in January 2020, it was revealed that they were demolishing the four-bedroom farmhouse onsite for a lavish new five-bedroom mansion with a ‘classical design’ (the couple left) and they are now building the outhouse for his mum and dad (right)

Speaking to fans during a recent Q&A, Mark admitted progress was being made, but an official moving in date was still a long way off. 

Responding to a fan who asked how the house was coming along, he wrote: ‘Coming along nicely thanks, but I just want to click my fingers and it be done.’

The TV personality also shared images from the skeletal build, suggesting its completion might not be for some time. Asked by another fan when the house will be completed, he added: ‘Tomorrow hopefully. Wishful thinking.’

Coming along nicely: Speaking to fans during a Q&A recently, Mark admitted progress was being made on the house, but an official moving in date was still a long way off

Coming along nicely: Speaking to fans during a Q&A recently, Mark admitted progress was being made on the house, but an official moving in date was still a long way off

Luxurious: The previous day, Mark shared a digital rendering of the final bathroom design which featured marble floors and a vast countertop with twin sinks

Luxurious: The previous day, Mark shared a digital rendering of the final bathroom design which featured marble floors and a vast countertop with twin sinks

Streamline: Matching marble slabs lined the walls as the contemporary ceiling lights illuminated the space in the computerised image

Streamline: Matching marble slabs lined the walls as the contemporary ceiling lights illuminated the space in the computerised image

Chic: The steam room and sauna in the adjoining room featured floor-length glass doors, separating it from the walkway and enhancing the modern, luxurious feel of the master suite

Chic: The steam room and sauna in the adjoining room featured floor-length glass doors, separating it from the walkway and enhancing the modern, luxurious feel of the master suite

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