The 43-year-old former glamor model aims to show viewers that she can fix her dilapidated home into a family home.
But where is the mansion – and what does it look like?
Where does Katie Price live?
Price’s Mucky Mansion is located in Horsham, West Sussex, England.
The mother-of-five owns a 19-room house surrounded by 10 acres of land, which was once enviable real estate.
The house was once owned by minister Francis Maude, but was bought by Price in 2014 for £2million.
Speaking about the house, Price told Channel 4: “My house used to be called the Mucky Mansion in the past, but it’s not that anymore, I’m making a house out of it.
“I get my hands dirty and do a lot of the work myself and, with the help of my amazing family and some brilliant friends, I put the past behind me and rebuild.
“My house is a bit like my life, it is being rebuilt as I am being rebuilt.”
What is Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion about?
The three-part Channel 4 documentary series will follow Price as she tries to turn her mansion into a family home.
From the outside, the house is grand and lavish, however, the interior reveals a different story.
The house has become dilapidated and “uninhabitable” after years of money troubles, neglect, and reports of fires and break-ins.
In 2020, a fire caused interior damage throughout and after the incident Price and Carl Woods, her fiancé, left the property.
When they returned, a neighbor told the Mirror: “It’s such a mess it would probably cost her [Katie] a few hundred thousand just to make the place livable again.
“The pitch is littered with fly dumps, the cesspool needs to be replaced, there is fire damage and the ceiling is still damaged from the flood, so there is also damp throughout. the House.”
The documentary is still airing after the latest controversy over Price.
What’s the latest Katie Price controversy?
Price faces jail after being arrested on suspicion of breaching a restraining order.
Police were called to Price’s home on January 21 after she sent an abusive message to her ex-husband, Kieran Hayler and his fiancée Michelle Penticost.
Price was banned from contacting Penticost and was fined hundreds of pounds for hurling a ‘abuse tirade’ at him during a row in a schoolyard.
In December, Price was given a 16-week suspended prison sentence for drunk driving when she was disqualified and had no insurance. She received a two-year driving ban, following an accident near her home.
A three-part documentary, Katie Price’s Mucky Mansion airs on TV January 26 at 9 p.m. on Channel 4.
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