Ed Sheeran wants to expand his £3.7 million Suffolk estate by buying out the owners of the three houses that interfere with his direct access to a lake he owns on the land.
Ed Sheeran wants to ‘neaten up Sheeranville’, as he already owns five of the properties on the estate but the other three properties that he does not own are right in the middle of Ed’s land on the main road.
Ed has been building and adding onto his estate for the last five years, developing it into a £3.7 million Suffolk estate. Ed chose to expand the land with a pub, a gym, an underground cinema, orchard, walled kitchen garden, swimming pool, and hot tub, greenhouses, a recording studio, a wildlife pond, and an area for sheep, goats, and chickens.
Ed’s sprawling estate is the most Googled celebrity home in the UK with almost 47,000 searches a year. Data gathered in May shows that Britons look up the singer’s 16-acre village more than any other celebrity.
In other news, Ed’s wife, Cherry Seaborn-Sheeran, has left her high-powered job in the City of London to grow fruit and vegetables. Cherry has worked for international firm Deloitte since 2014 but has taken leave from her career as a risk manager to pursue green projects.
Cherry and Ed have beehives, fruit trees, chickens, vegetable patches, and the lake to attract birds and bugs at their Suffolk home.
Sheeranville is just one of the properties that Ed owns, with his portfolio also including a £20million house in London Notting Hill, plus the two properties that neighbour his restaurant Bertie Blossoms on Portobello Road. In total, Ed owns 22 properties in London in addition to his Suffolk estate.