ED SHEERAN has added to his growing property portfolio – spending £650,000 on a SHED.
The Shape of You singer, 31, and his wife Cherry Seaborn, 30, have recovered a Victorian railway carriage off the coast of southern England.
The horse-drawn carriage is located on a barren strip of land but offers views of the English Channel.
It comes after the couple spent a fortune building a sprawling estate in Suffolk.
But Sheeran, who earlier this year won a major lawsuit over her writing, bought her newest and most modest property last year.
The two bedroom house is an original 1880’s train car converted from the Old Southern Railroad.
In addition to the antique car, there is a modern extension to the front and rear, in accordance with local planning restrictions.
Inside there is an open-plan living space, a small kitchen and a dining area.
Sliding glass doors open onto a small rear garden with views of the English Channel.
The property also has a wood burning stove and many areas have underfloor heating.
Sheeran is currently on a world tour across Europe and Australasia after completing a run of five shows at Wembley.
The coastal bolthole is an addition to his property portfolio, having already paid £3.7million for the family estate in Suffolk.
Dubbed Sheeranville, it slowly expanded to five properties, a soccer field, an outdoor kitchen, an entertainment area, and a “wildlife pond.”
The singer-songwriter lives there with Ms Seaborn and their two daughters Lyra, 1, and Jupiter, born in May this year.