Bradley Walsh's £2.5m barn conversion home rivals a hotel
Bradley Walsh is continually being put to the test by his son, Barney, as they take on challenges around the world for their show, Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad. But what's clear each episode, is that The Chase star would much rather be at home with his feet up.
Bradley's £2.5million home comes complete with an outdoor pool, a sauna and a gym. Take a look around…
WATCH: See the moment Bradley Walsh pranked Holly Willoughby from his home
The family's barn conversion property in Epping, Essex has five bedrooms, and while Bradley has avoided sharing photos from his home on social media, we have been given a couple of glimpses inside when he made appearances on This Morning during the coronavirus lockdown.
Bradley Walsh shared a look inside his shed on This Morning
Bradley and Barney pranked Holly Willoughby while sat in a shed in the grounds of their house. The surprising setup saw the father-son duo sat on a pair of beige armchairs within the cluttered shed, with a drum kit and a Christmas reindeer model visible behind them.
Like many of us, Bradley uses the shed to store everything from gardening tools to old tins of paint and Christmas decorations. But giving a nod to his successful career, the star has a poster advertising one of his live shows at the London Palladium hanging on one wall.
Bradley also shared another rare look inside his home on the ITV show
We got another peek inside the property when Bradley joined Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby to celebrate his 60th birthday. The quiz show host sat in an area with white walls and three wooden doors leading to other rooms of the house. A pine bookcase was positioned next to the wall behind him, and a selection of framed photos and ornaments could be seen on top.
LOW DOWN: Everything you need to know about Bradley Walsh's family
The luxury barn conversion is no doubt a big change to what Bradley was used to growing up, as he previously told The Telegraph he had a modest childhood living in a council house. "I was born in Watford, and grew up in a council house," Bradley said.
"My mother was a single parent, who had to struggle hard to make ends meet. At one point she was holding down three different jobs. It was a happy childhood, but we certainly didn't have a great deal of money."
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