Inside Zoe Sugg’s £1.7m Brighton mansion she shares with Alfie Deyes | The Sun

ZOE Sugg has given fans a peek into her luxury five bedroom mansion in Brighton, worth a whopping £1.7million.

Zoe, 32, who is best known by her media name of Zoella, moved into the property in 2017 and lives there with her boyfriend Alfie Deyes and their daughter, Ottilie Rue, who was born in September 2021.

The couple, who have been together for more than ten years, posted a number of pictures on social media of their stylish home, which features a large white tiled kitchen.

The impressive space also has an eye-catching orange oven and sliding doors, leading out into their garden.

Zoe was one of the first YouTubers to really make her mark in the UK in 2009, and her boyfriend Alfie also achieved huge success using his online platform.

Since then, Zoe has amassed 9.2m followers and has shared snaps of her property with fans.

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Taking to social media, Zoe showed off her sprawling garden, and she captioned the post saying that she was busy "pruning, watering & digging out weeds".

She added: "It's so therapeutic & satisfying once you've sorted out an area/planted something."

And fans were quick to comment. One said: "You're life. I know we all have our struggles but I want to be successful like you girl x."

Another said: "Such a happy and bright photo."

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The garden has well maintained hedges, large outdoor sofas and a raised patio area.

Like her home office, Zoe's bedroom also followed the same theme with its warm inviting colours and interiors.

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