MARK Wright has shared new photos of his £3.5million dream home with Michelle Keegan – including the sprawling lounge.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star took to his social media to show off the new dream home as it neared completion.
Mark, 35, filmed as he walked around the property, before lying down in his bed and showing off his bedroom.
The star gave fans a sneak peek inside his impressive living room – connected with a dining room in an open-plan layout.
He and Michelle, 35, chose neutral greys and beige for the decor, with plush velvet chairs round the marble table.
The couple opted for a rounded sofa in the living room area, which was cut off from the outside world with curtains.
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He then showed off the same colour palette in the upstairs of the house, as he gave a teaser at the huge bed.
It comes after Mark and Michelle showed off their HUGE garden at their incredible £3.5m mansion.
The couple, who live together in Essex, were left in awe after seeing the large outdoor space covered in a thick layer of snow earlier this month.
The couple shared a snap on their home Instagram account of the view from one of their back windows.
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Mark and Michelle decorated their house for the holidays with a number of festive displays – including a huge tree.
The pair love the festive season and have given their newly-built dream mansion and very Christmassy makeover.
In a series of videos, shared on Instagram, Michael Bublé's 'It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas' plays as they gave a tour of their decorations.
Their front porch is framed by a huge wreath and a their hedges are covered in fairy lights.
There's also glowing reindeer, with all the windows framed by twinkling lights as well.
A giant Christmas tree stands prominently in their hallway – just to make sure Santa doesn't miss it – and their grand staircase has been smothered with more wreaths, plus gold and silver baubles.
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