It’s Ed’s Shed: Singer Sheeran splashes £650,000 into a converted 1880s railway carriage overlooking the English Channel
They’ve spent thousands to create their sprawling Suffolk estate.
And now Ed Sheeran31, and his wife Cherry Seaborn, 30, have taken a beach vacation.
The couple have spent £650,000 on a converted railway carriage on a barren strip of land on England’s south coast.
The two-bedroom home was purchased in Miss Seaborn’s name late last year, months before the birth of the couple’s second daughter.
Ed Sheeran and his wife Cheery Seaborn have spent £650,000 on a converted railway carriage on a barren strip of land on England’s south coast.
The 29-year-old musician has spent the last six years expanding his sprawling East Suffolk estate, dubbed Sheeranville, which includes five houses, an orchard, soccer field, outdoor kitchen, drinking den and entertainment area
The centerpiece is an original carriage from the former Southern Railway from the 1880s, which is surrounded by a modern extension at the front and rear in accordance with local planning regulations.
The carriage is an open plan living area and is adjacent to a compact kitchen and dining area with sliding glass doors leading to a small garden overlooking the canal.
Additional features include a wood burning stove whilst some areas of the property have under floor heating.
The couple is surrounded by a handful of neighboring lodges, local amenities and a pub.
The remote, uncluttered countryside could prove the perfect getaway for the notoriously private couple and a welcome break for Sheeran, who is currently on a world tour that will take him through Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
He recently completed a string of five shows at Wembley Stadium.
His latest purchase is in addition to the £3.7million Suffolk property called Sheeranville, which he first bought in 2012.
The award-winning artist has slowly amassed five properties on the land, along with a soccer field, orchard, outdoor kitchen, entertainment area and a “wildlife pond” that has been the subject of complaints in recent years.
He shares the property with Miss Seaborn and her daughters Lyra, one, and Jupiter, whose births were announced in May.