Inside Amanda Holden’s £5m ‘permanent home’ for sale

The Britain’s Got Talent judge bought the Surrey estate in 2015 after begging previous owners to sell it, but has now put it back on the market for a £1.5million profit.

Amanda Holden poses in her multi-million pound Surrey home, which she's now up for sale
Amanda Holden poses in her multi-million pound Surrey home, which she’s now up for sale

Amanda Holden has decided to put her multimillion-pound Surrey home on the market just a few years after describing it as her family’s ‘forever home’.

Britain’s Got Talent judge, 51, splurged £3.5m on the mansion seven years ago.

She now hopes to make £1.5 million after putting her property up for sale for £5 million.

The home is owned by Amanda and her record producer husband Chris Hughes, which underwent a post-lockdown renovation project.

They even announced that the Surrey mansion was their ‘permanent home’ back in 2015, but now it seems the family is looking for a new venture.

Amanda Holden has put her £5 million Surrey home for sale.


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The five-bedroom and three-bathroom detached house often appears on the BGT judges’ Instagram page.

Photos from its online listing show a contemporary kitchen, large living room, den, spacious bedroom, walk-in closet, separate bar and hot tub.

During the lockdown, Amanda renovated her Wilson Fink kitchen by adding new cabinets and workshops, and added mirrored tiles to the walls.

Amanda Holden’s decor shows she has a knack for quirky interior design


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Over the breakfast bar hang three disco lights, each worth £850.

The decor reflects Amanda’s quirky taste in interior design, with pineapple-themed accessories around the house including printed wallpaper and a £125 lamp.

The house has an open plan kitchen with incredible artwork, including a giant painting of a female astronaut.

The family also recently added a beautiful cottage equipped with a bar and hot tub on a large wooden deck, near the palm tree she planted in memory of Captain Tom Moore. .

Amanda’s house has a great bar, perfect for hosting her celebrity besties


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One source told Daily Mail : “Amanda loves her family home and is really proud of the work she has done on it.

“She has really gotten into makeup and loves to see her ideas come to life.

“It will be a sad day when she moves but Amanda can take solace in the amount of memories she has created there.”

£5 million has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms


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Amanda and Chris have lived with their two daughters Lexi, 16, and Hollie, 10, in the home since buying it until 2015.

The radio DJ even admitted to ‘mobilizing’ its former owners over the years to sell them the house until they eventually moved out and the family secured the property.

She told House Beautiful that it’s important that their home doesn’t feel like “a show house”.

Amanda Holden and her family bought the huge Surrey mansion in 2015


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“We have two little girls and we don’t want them to feel like they’re stepping on eggshells,” Amanda said.

The Surrey home isn’t their only property, as the couple also own a home in the Cotswolds that they are in the process of renovating.

The TV personality also appeared on a BBC show in Italy, where she will be renovating a property in Italy with celebrity friend Alan Carr, demonstrating her flair for interior design.

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