The former The Only Way Is Essex star, 34, who recently described how he was ‘sick of the constant scrutiny on his marriage’ to Michelle, 34, shared a clip of the latest renovations to his 1.8million followers.
Mark looked over-the-moon with the work to the interior as he gave a tour of the incredible pad, which he purchased for £1.3million in October 2019, captioned: “Nearly there!! One last push!”
The Heart Radio presenter was seen proudly walking through the front door of the five-bedroom mansion before panning to the master bedroom in the Georgian manor house-style property.
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Meanwhile the bathroom has been decorated with white marble and a huge bathtub has been fitted next to the window to enjoy the stunning countryside views.
We can also see that the couple have his and her sinks fitted on a sleek white floating cabinet alongside a huge heated rail for towels.
Mark beamed as he pressed against the traditional sliding sash windows which has views overlooking their soon-to-be grand driveway.
Elsewhere, Mark shared a sneak peek from the roof which saw the builders fitting solar panels in order to generate electricity from sunlight.
The couple, who met in 2012, are set to also enjoy stunning countryside views as Mark gave a look at their Juliet balcony that leads off the bedroom.
It comes after the previous property was a mock Tudor building while the pair’s current design is moving towards a Georgian- style home with a Love Island-inspired garden.
However it hasn’t been smooth sailing for the couple though as they’ve had to make large choices throughout construction of the property.
Sharing to his Instagram in July, Mark explained to fans that he has had to cut down on space in the attic bathroom and bedroom to fix a problem with an off centre gable.
Mark said: “So we had a big, big decision to make last week.
“Basically, this gable didn’t look central because there was a wall coming up here, so it cut off there. And that wall is over there.
“So what we’ve had to do is knock that wall down, move that steel from there, to there so this bathroom annoyingly becomes smaller but I get that centre effect.”
The goal of the centre effect is to ultimately have a chandelier hanging perfectly within the space of his home.
He continued: “It’s been a lot of hassle but it had to happen. That means we can now have a chandelier hanging from there. Chandelier companies hit us up.”
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