Zoe Ball has revealed a glimpse inside her stunning £1.5 million home in East Sussex.
The BBC 2 presenter lives in her new home with her children Woody, 20 and Nelly, 11, along with her partner Michael Reed.
The 50 year old moved to the luxury East Sussex property in September last year from her previous quirky home in Lewes.
Zoe’s new house was built by a Russian aristocrat Baron Vladimir de Wolff in the 1920s and has a swimming pool, tennis court and acres of land.
Earlier in the year the property featured in the ITV documentary For the Love of Britain, which documented the best of British countryside.
The programme gave an insight into life at her stunning home and spacious garden.
Julie Walters narrated the show and described Zoe’s home as ‘a rural retreat in Sussex’s Ashdown Forest’.
At the time Zoe told the show: “Recently we bought this house in the countryside in the middle of the Ashdown Forest.
“It’s absolutely stunning. The kids can run wild, climb trees.”
Zoe is a keen gardener and often posts what she’s up to on her Instagram page.
When she’s not working she can usually be found on the land of her house in the potting shed or checking up on her vegetable patch.
When she moved house she told fans she would ‘need a bigger veg patch now’.
Zoe often gives gardening related updates and has previously shared that she is inspired by TV gardener, Monty Don who has also appeared on her Radio 2 show where he shared his tips.
She has previously told her followers that she grows broccoli, kale, cauliflower, beetroot, carrots and potatoes at her home.
The star also built her own custom outdoor hideaway.
The interior of the house looks very cosy and perfect for spending time with the family.
In a collaboration with William Morris co and design studio The Room Interiors, Zoe has filled two rooms in classic prints from the brand, including curtains, cushions, wallpaper, lighting and upholstery.
The living room has dark blue walls with matching patterned curtains and cushions, and wallpaper which shows deer in a forest.
There is barely any wall space left to cover in the room as they have of furnishings.
It features a 60s film poster of Paris Champagne, a filled wooden bookcase, and floral lamps.
Whereas, the bedroom has cream patterned wallpaper and cream carpets along with floral curtains which match the cushions on the bed.