MasterChef’s Gregg Wallace cooks up £1 million farmhouse purchase

MasterChef host Gregg Wallace has had a very difficult last few years to say the least with a number of business failures and costly divorces which left him in a very dark place. It would appear that he has turned a corner with his finances now back on track and the purchase of a £1 million 5-bedroom farmhouse seemingly the start of a new chapter. This is a man who has fought back, kept a smile on his face and would now appear to be reaping the rewards of his determination.

Five bedroom farmhouse

Gregg Wallace will be moving into his five bedroom farmhouse over the next few weeks with his wife Anne-Marie Sterpini. They currently live in the seaside town of Whitstable, Kent but will very soon be moving to upmarket Biddenden which has recently seen an increase in celebrity interest. TV star Denise van Outen and Coldplay drummer Will Champion both have houses in the area which is renowned as very friendly and welcoming.

Set in 5 acres of land Gregg Wallace’s new farmhouse has some beautiful views over the countryside and many places to relax in peace and quiet. After the hustle and bustle of the last few years, a little bit of peace and quiet would not go amiss.

Homely kitchen

When you bear in mind that Gregg Wallace makes a living from the world of food and cooking you might be surprised to learn his kitchen has more of a country style. It still has all of the mod cons, plenty of space and subtly placed equipment, but it is not what you would call a modern day kitchen. Then again, who needs a modern day kitchen in which to cook?

Three reception rooms

When you wine and dine and live in the world of TV it goes without saying there will be parties and introductions aplenty. Thankfully the future home of Gregg Wallace has three beautifully decorated reception rooms which are spacious, very stylish with plenty of windows offering an array of natural light.

Very inviting hallway

As you walk through the main doors into the hallway you will see some breathtaking decorations, beautiful wooden floor and stairways up to the next level. As with the theme of the farmhouse, the hallway is very much open plan with doorways and hallways to an array of different rooms.

Master bedroom suite

It goes without saying that the master bedroom has its own ensuite bathroom but this is something different. The large windows focus an abundance of natural light into the centre of the room with some stunning views over the countryside. The bedroom itself is spacious with very little in the way of furniture but more than enough to meet your requirements.

An English country garden

Patio areas to eat and entertain, land as far as the eye can see and a private pond, this is your stereotypical English country garden. We can only imagine how relaxing and peaceful this abundance of land will be in the summertime with the sun beating down. Walks with the family, tiring out the family pets or just contemplating life and business in the peace and tranquillity of a private garden, it must be heaven!

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