Singer Ellie Goulding sold up her London home and put down roots in Oxford with her husband Caspar Jopling and their son Arthur.
Speaking to Vanity Fair, the Celebrity Bake Off star revealed: "When I'm out in Oxford I live in a small village, it's a very nice sense of community here." The star has shown small glimpses of the inside of their family residence – and it's so stunning. Take a look around…
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In the same interview, Ellie opened up about working from home, while Caspar is studying for an MBA at Oxford University. "We have a small cottage, but downstairs we have a tiny cellar, and he’s made it his office, and he’s working down there. He emerges every couple of hours to get a tea," she said.
The public have seen glimpses inside Ellie and Caspar's twee property via Ellie's virtual appearances and her Instagram feed.
Ellie has created a temporary studio at her home
It is a small cottage with traditional wooden beams across the low ceilings. Nonetheless, Ellie has still found space to set up her very own home studio, where she sat for an interview with Jools Holland.
The cosy cottage has rustic interiors
The property has a neutral colour palette throughout, with cream walls and sofas in the living room, where we also spied an impressively stocked bar trolley in the corner.
On the other side of the room, there is a wide fireplace with brick surround, and wooden cabinets built into the alcoves on either side.
Fans have seen inside of Ellie's home via Instagram
It is not surprising that the abode is filled with wonderful pieces of art because Caspar is an art dealer for Sotheby's, and his own Instagram feed is filled with stunning artworks, too.
The design of this cosy home is worlds away from Ellie's former London property which was extremely modern. It is believed the singer still has a home in west London so perhaps the new family will split their time between the city and the countryside.
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