Ed Sheeran shares incredibly rare picture of his garden inside £3.7million Suffolk estate

The singer shared the snap on Instagram

Andrea Caamano

Ed Sheeran is notoriously private about his personal life and has rarely shown pictures of his £3.7million estate in Suffolk, which he bought back in 2012.

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But on Sunday, the singer proudly took to Instagram to share his support for the England squad following their loss against Italy in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley.

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"So proud of what the entire team has achieved. It was an absolute joy to watch that tournament, thank you for being such incredible role models x," he captioned a picture which showed three football shirts, one for him, his wife Cherry Seaborn and their daughter Lyra Antarctica, hanging from a washing line located in his incredible Suffolk home garden.

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His garden could be seen with perfectly mowed grass and with lots of trees to the back, allowing them the privacy that they require. Just behind the shirts, a bush of wildflowers can be seen.


Ed Sheeran shared his support for the England squad

The 30-year-old star has bought several houses on the Suffolk site, and the estate, which is nicknamed "Sheeran-ville", cost a whopping £4million to create. It includes a lake, a treehouse, an underground music room, a chapel and even a pub.

Ed recently gave fans a look inside one of the rooms of his home where he has an oversized teddy of Pokemon character, Snorlax, a tribute to his local area of Suffolk and a large shelving unit.


Ed and Cherry headed to Wembley last week to support England

The property is comprised of a modern detached farmhouse, complete with a billiards room and recording studio, a 16th-century Grade II-listed farmhouse, a four-bedroom home in front of the farmhouse, and another bungalow, all of which he has purchased over the past eight years.

In addition, Ed has a unique treehouse with a living room, study and TV room, and a four-car garage that looks like a barn.

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