MARK Wright gave the fans a Check out his home pub, which took five builders to carry into the house he’s building with his wife, Michelle Keegan.
The former Towie star, 35, filmed the traders carrying a massive granite slab that would form the bar of his bespoke home pub.
Mark had the new countertop installed as his in house pub’s bar, complete with beer taps.
“Here come the boys,” Mark commented while filming the five men carrying the granite counter.
“This thing weighs an absolute ton.”
Mark added, giving fans a glimpse of the pubs under construction: “That’s for the bar upstairs, which has yet to be revealed.”
The couple bought their sprawling Essex estate for £1.3million in early 2020 and set about converting it into a high-tech mansion in July of the same year.
The couple demolished the old property to make way for their massive Georgian-style mansion and have since been giving fans a glimpse of the process, teasing their interiors on their Wrighty Home Instagram account.
Lastly, Mark showed off the almost finished master bedroom, which boasts spotlights on the ceiling, textured wallpaper and black paneled doors.
The Heart Radio DJ was delighted with the results and said he was “over the moon” with the transformation.
Showing his fans the hallway first, he said: “I promised I’d give you guys a little update on the house. This is the wallpaper of the main hall.
“All the wallpaper is done…absolutely beautiful, over the moon with it.
“This wall used to be just cream, but it’s really kind of shopped and so cozy.”
The reality star proudly gave her followers a glimpse of the couple’s bedroom, which is still being worked on.
It comes after Mark showed off his massive swimming pool – he filmed construction workers laying out the huge concrete slabs that would soon form the basis of the sprawling pool,
Mark and Michelle bought their £1.3million home but set about converting it into a high-tech mansion packed with security features.
Designed like an elegant fortress, the stunning Country Pad is equipped with 360-degree motion detection cameras.
The couple post frequent updates on the progress of the building on their Wrighty Home Instagram account.
The master bedroom, which Mark shared on Instagram, has its own glass balcony so the couple can enjoy the countryside views.
Each of the property’s five bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom, while three of them have dressing rooms.
They have shared computer generated images of the living room and their own spa area as well as the impressive exterior.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/17988317/mark-wright-home-pub-bar-weighs-ton-builders/ Mark Wright shows his HUGE local pub as a bar that “weighs a ton” being carried in by FIVE construction workers