People tend to be annoying as heck, especially neighbours. You can’t live with them… but you can live without ’em, proves Ed Sheeran.
Neighbours are often people who have crawled up from hell, playing loud music, having sex at loud volumes. Basically, spoiling the night when you want to enjoy a good old piece of Turkey.
“The works involve laying new paving and composite decking around three properties, creating a kitchen garden with raised oak beds, brick paver and gravel paths, building the brick plinth base for a greenhouse.”
Ed Sheeran is not one to tolerate such nuisance and trivialities.
These include a Grade II listed house worth £450,000 which he also bought in 2012, a detached house in front of his home which he bought in 2016 for £925,000 and a bungalow on the side of his driveway for £525,000 in 2017.
A plan for works on his garden is being put together right now. This is in discussion with award-winning Suffolk garden designer, Sue Townsend. An application for the same was submitted to the local council in November last year.
Ed Sheeran has also come in an awkward spot because of his giant kidney-shaped-pond. This pond supposedly cost him a staggering £500,000.
In a letter published by the council, one neighbour was quoted saying, “We have no problems with the proposal but query the mention of the chapel which has not gained permission and is most likely to be an oversight and would also request that all external lighting is switched off between midnight and 7 am.”
Ed has also come in an awkward spot because of his giant kidney-shaped-pond. This pond supposedly cost him a staggering £500,000.
The pond is being used for recreation purposes, the neighbours complained to The Daily Mail.
Ed Sheeran’s net worth is estimated to be £160m as of 2019, towering over the value of these houses. His peace of mind, it seems, towers over everything else.
Ed Sheeran’s latest album, No. 6 has spent two weeks as number one on the top of the billboard 200 albums chart.