They recently started working on their new ‘dream home’ and have been posting regular updates from the building site.
And Michelle Keegan, 33, and Mark Wright, 34, have now shared a first look at the vision for their new £1.3million abode.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the couple shared a CGI image of the palatial home they’re planning to build revealing its huge windows and bright white exterior.
Big plans: Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright have now shared a first look at the vision for their new £1.3million abode
As well as boasting lots of large windows, the couple’s home features two smaller sections on the side of their home.
There also seems to be plans for lots of green space around the building and a fun silver feature in the centre of the grey driveway.
Showing just how much they’re planning on changing, Michelle and Mark shared a snap of their home taken back in 2019 when they decided to do the transformation.
They wrote: ‘Here’s the lovely house that we purchased back in 2019 vs what we are hoping to create.
Impressive: The couple shared a CGI image of the palatial home (bottom) they’re planning to build revealing its huge windows and bright white exterior compared with a snap of the house (top) they purchased in 2019
‘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. #grateful
‘Thanks to @tidyworkstudio for creating the CGI image of our home, to help us see what we have chosen come to life. Great job.’
It was recently reported that the couple have sold their old home – bought in 2013 – with it being on the market for £1.78million last October.
Mark and Michelle purchased 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’.
Lots to do: Acknowledging they’ve some work to do, the couple said ‘sooner or later we will have the house we could have only ever dreamed of’
Progress: Mark has been sharing regular updates from the site to keep fans updated on how his building project is getting along (pictured on Sunday)
The sprawling new home is set to 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 month, the couple revealed they have created a home account on Instagram to share progress of the renovations taking place.
They opened their new page and revealed their intentions to give their fans some insight into their ‘journey’.
In one snap, former Corrie star Michelle appeared in great spirits as she climbed a ladder, while her shirtless husband worked up a sweat as he removed a roof with fellow builders in another image.
Getting stuck in! Michelle was seen helping out on the renovations in one video shared from the building site this month
‘This was day 1, ripping the roof off of the garages’, ex-TOWIE personality Mark wrote as he confirmed they started work on their abode in July 2020.
The pair, who have been married since 2015, also uploaded pictures of another home they’re taking inspiration from, which they captioned: ‘Stunning homes we are trying to base ours on.
‘Love this white/Georgian style, we are thinking more of a modern twist though…. do you like?’
The TV stars explained why they’re providing their followers with glimpses of their personal lives as they said: ‘Part of my life I don’t always share is my property development.
‘Day one’: Presenter Mark recently went shirtless as he worked up a sweat to remove a roof from his abode with fellow builders in another image
‘A hobby and side hustle that I love but last July me and @michkeegan started building our dream home… we debated sharing our journey & after a lot of thought we decided we wanted to bring you along with us!’ (sic)
All five bedrooms feature an en-suite, while cupboards are littered through the floor and a vast drive will accommodate a plethora of cars.
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.’
‘It’s a hobby and side hustle that we love’: The couple launched their home Instagram account earlier this month after buying the property in October 2019