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Ellie Goulding slashes the price of Marylebone town house by £350,000

Oct 8, 2021

Not so Starry Eyed! Ellie Goulding slashes the price of her four-bedroom Marylebone town house by £350,000 to £5.6million after first putting it on the market a year ago

  • Ellie Goulding appears to be struggling to sell her four-bed house in London as she slashes her asking price 
  • The pop sensation, 34, dropped the price by £350,000 to £5.6million after listing it for £5.95million last year
  • It features a series of dramatic tall windows, a trendy spiral staircase and Gaggenau integrated appliances 

Ellie Goulding appears to be struggling to sell her swanky four-bedroom house in London as she slashes her asking price by £350,000 to £5.6million.

The Love Me Like You Do singer, 34, put her five-storey semi-detached townhouse in Marylebone’s, which features a series of dramatic tall windows, a trendy spiral staircase and Gaggenau integrated appliances, on the market for £5.95million in October last year.

But the 2,961 sq.ft house is now listed on Zoopla for £5.6million – despite the pop sensation splurging £6.22million on the property in 2017.

However, it can also be revealed that Ms Goulding is selling her country pile in the Cotswolds for £1.6million – just three years after buying it for £1.3million – and the ‘substantial Grade II listed village home’ is already under offer, said Savills. 

Ellie Goulding appears to be struggling to sell her swanky four-bedroom house (pictured) in London as she slashes her asking price by £350,000 to £5.6million

The Love Me Like You Do singer, 34, put her five-storey semi-detached townhouse (pictured) in Marylebone, which features a series of dramatic tall windows, a trendy spiral staircase and Gaggenau integrated appliances, on the market for £5.95million in October last year

But the 2,961 sq.ft house (pictured) is now listed on Zoopla for £5.6million – despite the pop sensation splurging £6.22million on the property in 2017

 Ms Goulding’s London home (pictured) was designed by architects Stiff + Trevillion, and she has often been seen posing outsides on the cobbled mews on her way to A-list parties and society events

However, it can also be revealed that Ms Goulding (pictured in September 2019) is selling her country pile in the Cotswolds for £1.6million – just three years after buying it for £1.3million – and the ‘substantial Grade II listed village home’ is already under offer, said Savills

Ms Goulding’s London home was designed by architects Stiff + Trevillion, and she has often been seen posing outsides on the cobbled mews on her way to A-list parties and society events.

The central London home is full of modern and trendy features including a mezzanine floor, lightwells, high ceilings and parquet flooring, as well as a home cinema, reception room and a state-of-the-art kitchen.

Upon entering the home, the new owner will see the well-designed mezzanine reception room, which has been finished in muted tones and offers bespoke fitted matte black floor to ceiling cabinets. 

The lower ground floor provides the home’s trendy open plan kitchen and dining room and a lightwell. Next to the lightwell is the state-of-the-art kitchen designed with muted silver cabinets and Gaggenau integrated appliances. 

Gaggenau Hausgeräte is a German manufacturer of high-end home appliances – selling £2,700 coffee machines, £7,000 fridges and £8,000 steam ovens.

The central London home (pictured) is full of modern and trendy features including a mezzanine floor, lightwells, high ceilings and parquet flooring, as well as a home cinema, reception room and a state-of-the-art kitchen

Upon entering the home (pictured), the new owner will see the well-designed mezzanine reception room, which has been finished in muted tones and offers bespoke fitted matte black floor to ceiling cabinets

The lower ground floor provides the home’s (pictured) trendy open plan kitchen and dining room and a lightwell. Next to the lightwell is the state-of-the-art kitchen designed with muted silver cabinets and Gaggenau integrated appliances

In the range includes a hob, which looks like a giant iPad and works as an induction plate that cooks can place any number of pans on it and set individual temperatures beneath them. 

Next to the singer’s kitchen is an eight-seat dining room table and casual living room area, where the popstar has no doubt hosted a bevvy of celebrity pals. The double height room allows an abundance of light through generous windows which span the lower ground and ground floor.

The basement level provides two of the home’s spacious bedrooms, a shared bathroom and a utility room. The two bedrooms afford access onto a patio area. Three further bedrooms occupy the first and second floor which can be reached by a trendy spiral staircase.

Ms Goulding’s master bedroom suite provides tranquil views onto the cobbled mews street via two large windows, and also includes and en-suite bathroom offering a free-standing bath.

Meanwhile, describing the country bolthole, Savills said: ‘The manor is included in the Domesday Book and according to county records, the existing manor was built around 1245 by the Bushell family and retained in the same ownership for almost 400 years until 1623 when the property was sold to Sir Thomas Bennett.

The basement level (pictured) provides two of the home’s spacious bedrooms, a shared bathroom and a utility room

Next to the singer’s kitchen (pictured) is an eight-seat dining room table and casual living room area, where the popstar has no doubt hosted a bevvy of celebrity pals

‘Grade II listed, [the] manor displays many period features typical of its age, including an impressive inglenook fireplace in the drawing room, flagstone and stripped flooring, leaded mullioned windows, exposed ceiling beams and wattle and daub timber framed walls alongside a beautiful Jacobean staircase.’

The five-storey house has seven bedrooms, five of which are ensuite, and it also boasts original features such as vaulted ceilings and exposed timbers.

Across the courtyard, is a Victorian Coach House complete with four en suite bedrooms, a kitchen, living room and lobby with cloakroom.

The hitmaker’s plush manor also includes the 14th century Grade II listed Tythe Barn, which she has had restored and reroofed to an ‘exemplary standard in Cotswold stone slates and reclaimed tiles with a timber clad’. 

But the country idyll does have its downsides, as Savills added: ‘The property has flooded in recent years. The Local Authority are working with the Environment Agency on a flood mitigation scheme using woodland in the Heart of England Forest.’

Ms Goulding’s master bedroom suite provides tranquil views onto the cobbled mews street via two large windows, and also includes and en-suite bathroom offering a free-standing bath (pictured)

The two bedrooms afford access onto a patio area. Three further bedrooms occupy the first and second floor which can be reached by a trendy spiral staircase. Pictured, one of the living room spaces

It also warned prospective buyers that protected bats live in the Tythe Barn. ‘Please note that there is a roost of bats in the Tythe Barn which are protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended) and the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017

‘The latter of which deems them a Protected Species. It is a criminal offence to deliberately kill or injure a bat, to disturb or destroy a bat roost or to obstruct an entrance to a roost,’ the company concluded.

Ms Goulding reportedly splurged £100,000 to fix and restore the barn last summer after a previous owner turned it into a wedding venue without planning permission.

In August last year, she gained planning permission to demolish and rebuild a lean-to of the Tythe Barn to provide bat accommodation. The singer, who reportedly has a net worth of more than £20million, is married to Sotheby’s art dealer Caspar Jopling.

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