MARK Wright built a fabulous home for his sister Jessica that is now worth a cool £1.25 million. The Sun Online previously told how the EXTRA prese
MARK Wright built a fabulous home for his sister Jessica that is now worth a cool £1.25 million.
The Sun Online previously told how the EXTRA presenter borrowed £700k from wife Michelle Keegan to overhaul an Essex mansion – and the results are spectacular.
Jess, 32, has shared glimpses of the dreamy abode with her 1.4million Instagram fans following the success of Mark’s conversion project.
The snaps reveal she’s opted for a dramatic and sophisticated interior – which makes the perfect backdrop for posing up a storm in photos.
In one such image, the raven haired star perches on fluffy grey stairs and beneath an ornate silver mirror.
The beauty has installed an all-white dressing room and walk-in wardrobe, fit for a princess.
The room features sparkly mirrored furniture and chandeliers, revealing Jess’ extremely glam taste in interiors.
What’s more, the organised star has colour-coordinated her clothes and shoes and uses glass topped draws to display her lingerie collection.
Downstairs in the kitchen, Jess follows a black and white theme and has installed chic mood lighting.
Other state of the art features include automatically closing windows and underfloor heating.
The Sun Online revealed last year that Mark is set to land a whopping £5million windfall after converting his Essex mansion into four spacious homes[/caption]
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Mark transformed the seven-bedroom Chigwell building into four apartments, which is said to have netted the TV presenter up to £5 million.
The Extra TV host paid £1,050,000 for the property back in 2015.
Jess also reportedly handed over £58,500 towards the build, after Mark bought the original property for £1 million with help from his wife.
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Mark settled the loan in full on 12 January 2016.
After gaining planning permission in August that year, Mark – who is currently based in Los Angeles – quickly began work transforming the seven-bedroom mansion.
One of the properties – which has been listed on Right Move for £1,295,000 – boasts four en-suite bedrooms over three storeys and a large open plan kitchen-living-dining area.
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