MARK Wright and Michelle Keegan's £1.3million dream mansion include a huge bar and makeup room.
The glamorous couple have submitted new plans for the sprawling Essex pad which will also boast a stunning landscaped garden with new trees planted behind an impressive outdoor pool.
The never-before-seen plans show inside the Our Girl beauty Michelle's pad for the first time with huge makeup room which joins up with an even bigger dressing room on the first floor.
Downstairs the couple can enjoy boozy nights with their celeb pals in a large bar that opens out into the back garden.
At the rear of the house is the couple's open plan living space with a huge kitchen island, dining space and a living room area.
Each of the property's five bedrooms has its own en-suite, while three of them have dressing rooms.
The master bedroom even has its own glass balcony so the couple can enjoy the countryside views.
Our exclusive images show work is already underway on the property with builders boarding up windows.
On the opposite wing of the house to the bar there will be a gym for the fitness focused pair to burn off late night parties, while a TV room offers them the perfect place to relax.
And when the time is right for them to start a family, there's a playroom ready to go just off the large hallway.
The design statement for the project describes it as a "classical design" with an emphasis on "symmetry and traditional classical detailing."
Its exterior will be rendered with stone quoins and its windows will have stone dressings.
The majority of the current garden is being retained, with the new pool becoming a luxury centre piece.
The new plans have not been approved yet but there have been no objections from the local parish council.
The Sun recently revealed the pair had ditched their plans for an additional outbuilding on the site.
Despite no objections from neighbours, the couple’s application for the “demolition of an existing stable building” to build a “one-bedroom annexe” was withdrawn.
The pair bought the huge farmhouse last October in Essex, and have been given the nod by the local council to demolish the existing property and turn it into their own rural paradise.
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