Pixie Lott is house hunting in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 10:10 19 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:32 20 February 2018

Singer Pixie Lott. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Singer Pixie Lott. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Pixie Lott could be your new neighbour, according to a national newspaper.

The Times reported that the pop star and Strictly Come Dancing contestant is looking to join the swells of celebs who already own homes in the county.

The singer, 27, is looking for a pad somewhere near the Essex border, according to the newspaper.

Pixie currently lives in London with her fiancee, model Oliver Cheshire.

When Pixie was a teenager, her family moved to Brentwood and she attended Brentwood County High School.

Suffolk has long provided a haven for celebrities looking to purchase second homes.

BBC presenter Nick Robinson has a cottage in Orford, as does novelist Anthony Horowitz. Writer Esther Freud and her husband David Morrissey have a second home in Walberswick and Framlingham boy Ed Sheeran, has bought four houses in a Suffolk village to create his own mini estate and private pub.


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