Peter Andre has put his house on the market. The West Sussex house will be familiar to fans of his ITV2 reality show, My Life, as he was living in the property when the cameras were following his every move, after his split from ex-wife Katie Price.
He has lived in the house since it was built in 2010, but he has decided it's time to move on. There's a good chance that the move has something to do with the singer and TV presenter's growing family.
Naturally he needs space for his two children with Katie Price, Junior and Princess. He also needs room for adopted son Harvey. Then of course, there's Amelia, the baby girl he and his fiancé Emily MacDough welcomed to the brood last year. It's a big house, but with just 6 bedrooms, it could get a bit cosy when the whole family came to stay.
There's also the fact that the East Grinstead property is quite a trek from London, where most of his work is based.
The home itself is impressive. The £1,695,000 property offers a number of the kinds of features you would expect a millionaire TV presenter to favour - including a home entertainment system, gated entry and a hot tub. Unsurprisingly there's also an impressive built-in BBQ in the garden - with power and water, and a granite preparation surface.
There's plenty of entertainment space, from the various reception rooms, to the cutting-edge kitchen, and the huge terrace which you can step out onto from most of the ground floor rooms.
The decoration is very muted and neutral and for a home which has housed so many children. There's an impressive amount of light coloured carpeting and upholstery. Clearly Andre is a man who knows how to get Ribena stains out of a silver velvet sofa.
Even upstairs, the bedrooms revealed in the property particulars are all beautiful and neutral. In fact, one of the few clues to the growing family is the high-end climbing frame in the back garden.
But what do you think? Would you buy this house? And would you pay £1,695,000 for it?
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