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MICHELLE Keegan and Mark Wright are building a one-bedroom granny flat in their new mega-mansion in Essex, The Sun has revealed

The couple are currently building a huge five bedroom house in Essex after demolishing a £ 1 million farmhouse that previously stood in its place

In their dream house, for which they have set up their own Instagram account, there will be a bar, a gym, a children’s playroom and an outdoor pool

And now The Sun can exclusively reveal that the two have applied to the Epping Forest District Council with plans for an “one bedroom outbuilding” and have expressed their desire to demolish an existing stable building

In May last year, they withdrew plans to build an off-site shelter specifically for his parents, Mark Snr and Carol, although their local council said they had no objections

The application letter from MP Architects LLP states: “We are adding our planning application for the removal of the existing stable building and the construction of an outbuilding with 1 bedroom in connection with the approved new house at

“The appendix is ​​intended for the parents of our customers who need to be close to our customers for care

“The annex offers a bedroom, a bathroom, a TV room and an open kitchen as well as a living and dining area with & French doors that offer a good view over the landscape”

Elsewhere, Mark, 34, kept fans updated on the progress of their dream home and shared a tour of the property to his Instagram story last week

Mark and his wife Michelle spent £ 1.3 million on the bogus Tudor house that was previously on the site

After demolishing the old property, they set out to create their brand new dream home on the property

Mark and Michelle have plans for stunning landscaped gardens and an outdoor pool on the premises

The house, meanwhile, will feature a huge makeup room for ex-Our Girl and Coronation Street star Michelle, which will join an even larger dressing room on the first floor

Each of the accommodation’s five bedrooms has its own bathroom, three of which have a dressing room

Michelle and Mark’s master bedroom has a glass balcony so the couple can enjoy expansive countryside views

You recently decided to surround the property with fast-growing trees to keep prying eyes away

The magnificent new country house has a footpath that runs through their land and gives hikers a right of way

The couple had hoped to build a wall and install electric gates, but were told not to close the walkway

Instead, Mark and Michelle employed a team of landscapers to plant dozens of laurel and conifer trees that provide a green barrier to people looking into their new property

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World News – UK – Michelle Keegan and Mark Wright are planning a new apartment on the Essex mansion site