Inside Jess Wright’s incredible Essex mansion with huge sofa and marble bathrooms – The Sun

JESS Wright's stunning £1.25 million Essex mansion now boasts a huge bespoke sofa in its plush lounge.

The Sun Online previously told how her radio star brother Mark borrowed £700k from wife Michelle Keegan to overhaul the house – and the results were spectacular.


Jess, 35, who is engaged to William Lee-Kemp, often gives glimpses inside the dreamy abode on Instagram.

The snaps reveal she's opted for a dramatic and sophisticated interior with no less than THREE chandeliers – which makes the perfect backdrop for posing up a storm in photos.

In one such image, the raven haired star perches on sparkly pillows grey stairs and beneath an ornate light.

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.




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.


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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