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Example has revealed some of the incredible features at Ed Sheeran's house in Suffolk.
The pop superstar is perennially in the charts, and with that comes a load of cash, which he has seemingly spent making his gaff fairly extraordinary.
The singer bought his massive home in Framlingham for £895,000 ($1m) back in 2012, and since then has reportedly spent at least £3.7m ($5m) buying up properties around his own - including another Grade II listed house next door for £450,000 ($540,000), also in 2012, a £925,000 ($1.1m) detached house in front of his home in 2016, along with a bungalow on the other side of his drive for £525,000 ($634,000) in 2017.
His musical mate Example went to check it out and said it's 'pretty exceptional'.
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Speaking on JaackMaate's Happy Hour Podcast, he said: "I went to Suffolk to Ed's house, I wanted to see it because he's got a pub... and he's got his Lego hanging from the ceiling.
"He's got like 20 Sons of Anarchy jackets that he got from the Sons of Anarchy writer-director. Everyone puts on like a clubhouse jacket before you go in the pub.
"It's a pretty exceptional house."
The 39-year-old continued: "He's got like a big pond, which is like a natural waterhole pond, but it's got like a diving board into it and stairs. It's like a natural swimming pool."
In June, Sheeran reportedly found himself subject to a council investigation after someone allegedly complained about a gazebo spotted in one of his Instagram photos, which they claimed he didn't have permission to build.
A source told The Sun: "It beggars belief that anyone would take the time to phone the council and complain about it but someone has.
"The gazebo was spotted after Ed posted a video of himself in the garden last month talking about his music comeback.
"It can be seen when he is standing outside his boozer, the Lancaster Lock.
"He had permission to build a bar area, with decking and a pizza oven, along with two barbecues.
"But whoever complained is saying that the gazebo was never there before."
East Suffolk Council told LADbible no complaints had been received.
A spokesperson said: "We always take complaints about unauthorised developments seriously, however we have not received any complaints from the public on this matter and so at this stage, this is not considered to be a high priority for us to investigate."
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