Davina McCall has sold the sprawling mansion she shared with husband Matthew Robertson for a staggering £6.25 million — almost doubling their money.
The TV presenter, 51, put her six bedroom East Sussex country mansion on the market in May last year after the couple finalized their divorce.
She shot to fame hosting a reality show revolving around a two bedroom, one bathroom property. Thanks to ten years spent presenting the ructions in the Big Brother house, Davina McCall bought and upgraded the house.
The pair purchased the house in Wadhurst village, which was once a medieval nunnery, in 2009 for £3.2 million.
According to a brochure advertising the house when it went on sale, the mansion is set on 38 acres of land with with gardens, a gate house, a coach house, a cottage and a barn.
The eight-bedroom property has five bathrooms, five reception rooms and a huge conservatory. Its sprawling grounds also has two swimming pools, a tennis court, a paddock and separate accommodations for staff. There’s even a private path to the local railway station.
The bubbly brunette and her former Pet Rescue host and ex-husband previously divided their time between a £1 million home in the Surrey village of Woldingham and a £1.5 million villa in St Tropez.
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The images shown below are images of the mansion at the time her and her husband bought the home. It doesn’t look like this now, as you can tell they spent much time and money into the upgrades.