Inside Noel Edmonds’ £2.6m mansion
29 November 2018, 12:06 | Updated: 29 November 2018, 12:17
While Noel battles to become King of the Jungle, he's trying to flog his luxurious Bristol mansion that features SEVEN bathrooms.
Noel Edmonds has listed his seven bedroom mansion home for an eye-watering £2.6 MILLION - and no, it's not in Blobby's hometown of Crinkley Bottom.
Set in between the districts of Bristol and Bath, the historic property is surrounded by 15 acres of sprawling landscape and comes with access to an ornate boating lake and a separate cottage.
Noel bought the impressive house in 2007 and currently resides there with his wife Liz Davies.
The home was formerly owned by Sir John Harrington - who invented the flushing lavatory in 1592, and a prototype of the toilet once lived in its basement.
Described on the estate agent listing as "a secret oasis of tranquility" its price has been slashed from the £3million it was initially put on the market for in 2015.
The bathroom comes complete with 'his and hers' sinks, a diamond chandelier and a beauty parlour.
Noel's kitchen looks the perfect location for a house party with a central island and dining table offering plenty of surface space to create culinary masterpieces.
Noel's property also includes a recently refurbished cottage which boasts a large open plan living area, shower room and double bedroom.
Anyone interested in purchasing the home will be thrilled to know there's a lot of potential in expanding the property.
The listing confirms that there is scope to include an orangery, swimming pool and further garage space.