Ed Sheeran splashes out 'tens of thousands' on his own FOREST on £3.7m eco-friendly Suffolk estate

ED Sheeran has splashed out tens of thousands of pounds on his own forest at his £3.7million eco-friendly Suffolk estate.

The Sun can exclusively reveal the Shape Of You singer and wife Cherry Seaborn have planted dozens of trees to make 'Sheeranville' more sustainable.

A source said: "He's spent tens of thousands of pounds on the project – and Cherry's involved too as she's into re-wilding and sustainability.

"A huge field where his outdoor wildlife pond will become a dense wood in a few years and he's planted trees six deep around the perimeter to afford him privacy.

"It'll help reduce the carbon footprint of him being a touring rock star too."

The Sun has contacted a representative for Ed for comment.


The couple announced the birth of their first child, Lyra Antarctica Seaborn Sheeran, last month and have stepped away from the limelight to spend time with their daughter.

Earlier this year we reported how Cherry left her high-powered job in the City of London — to grow fruit and veg.

The 28-year-old has worked for international firm Deloitte since 2014 but has taken leave from her career as a risk manager to pursue green projects.

She has also enrolled at Cambridge University to study for a post-graduate degree in sustainable business.

Cherry’s LinkedIn page says she is “working to create a self-sufficient ­living environment, aiming to produce sustainable energy, as well as all fruit and vegetables”.

She and Ed, 29, have beehives, chickens, fruit trees, veg patches and a lake to attract birds and bugs at their Suffolk home.

Troubadour Ed has spent years and millions of pounds creating his dream village in East Anglia.

The estate's main home is a £895,000 farmhouse that features a billiards room, recording studio and a jacuzzi.

Other houses on the site include a 16th century grade II listed farmhouse, a four-bedroom home that was bought for £925,000 in September 2016 and a bungalow.

Like any good village, Ed has a country-style pub, although his has some very unique features.

There are underground rooms with a 35ft by 20ft cinema and a 6ft wide tunnel to the main house.

He also has a tree house measuring 26ft by 26ft that has a living room, study and TV audio visual room.

Another social area is Ed's outdoor kitchen which has a four-and-a-half-foot high terracotta chimney pizza oven and two large barbecues next to the pub.

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