Amanda Holden's £860,000 Cotswolds cottage revealed: see inside

The Britain's Got Talent judge bought the home in 2012

Bridie Wilkins

As well as a stunning family home in Surrey, Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden also owns a cottage in the Chipping Norton area of the Cotswolds. She bought the property for £860,000 with her husband Chris Hughes in 2012, complete with half an acre of private land, and set herself the task of renovating the entire home to make it their own. In 2017, she took to Instagram with the final product. Take a tour…

SEE: Amanda Holden films inside incredible living room at private home

The front door

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WATCH: Amanda Holden reveals front door transformation

In 2019, Amanda transformed the cottage into a Christmas grotto with an incredible front door display. She shared a video, showing a light green wooden door, and a green and red wreath.

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The living room


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Amanda's living room has cream walls and wooden floor. In keeping with the cottage's heritage as a 400-year-old property with thatched roofs, there is wooden awning along the ceiling.

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Furniture includes a large cobalt blue L-shaped sofa with orange and green cushions, an aqua blue rug with a wooden coffee table in the middle of the room, and a glass side table with a white lamp. There is also a black and white painting hanging on one wall.


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Another photo of the living room revealed an open fireplace. Amanda showed the transformation with a before and after shot, with a selection of books and a wooden clock positioned on top of the mantelpiece.


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The family decorate the room with a large Christmas tree on top of a red rug at Christmas time.

The bedroom


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There are a total of four bedrooms in the home, and Amanda shared a snap of the space she shares with her husband Chris. It features exposed brick walls with a vaulted ceiling, and a metallic silver bed frame dressed with lilac, white and silver bed linen. Two black leather trunks act as bedside tables, with white lamps on top.

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