Mark Wright shows off ‘£3.5m home’ to brother-in-law William Lee-Kemp as it nears completion

Mark Wright has shared the status of the progress being made at his and Michelle Keegan’s dream home that they’ve spent much of 2021 building.

Part-time property developer Mark proudly shared the unveiling with fans on Instagram.

Showing the current state of the five-bedroom mansion to his brother in law on Instagram, the 34-year-old posted a series of snaps on social media.

“It’s a busy day on site today, brother-in-law William’s come to have a butcher’s! He’s famous now isn’t he!” the former TOWIE star teased, referring to ITVBe's special Jess Wright: The Wedding, which aired on Tuesday.


Mark then documented work being completed on the master bedroom suite, which he dubbed “one of his favourite rooms in the whole house.”

However, the space is far from finished yet, and the couple has big plans for their new home.

“Sometimes you have to wait a long time for the best!” Mark joked, as workmen prepared the suite which will home a sauna and steam room.



“So when I’m getting ready for a Saturday night, I’ll be getting a sweat on, waiting for Michelle to get ready most probably!’ he laughed.

Michelle and Mark, who tied the knot in May 2015,purchased a mock-Tudor farmhouse in the Essex countrysidein 2019, but that property has now been demolished to make way for a newly-built home.

In March, Mark shared a montage of the building work, captioned: “Part of my life I don’t always share is my property development.


“A hobby and side hustle that I love but last July me and @michkeegan started building our dream home… we debated sharing our journey & after a lot of thought we decided we wanted to bring you along with us!”

While they design their dream home, the glamorous couple previously stayed ina £2,400 a night hotel suite at the Corinthia in London, which Mark toured fans around.

Mark and Michelle are documenting their whole property development journey via a dedicated home Instagram account @wrightyhome.

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