Ed Sheeran is going to some pretty extreme lengths to stop his neighbours filing noise complaints on him, spending £4million to secure the houses around him, according to reports.
While the Shape Of You singer continues to battle his neighbours in Sussex over an apparent ‘wildlife pond’ being used ‘as a pool’, according to locals, he’s taking matters into his own hands elsewhere.
According to The Sun, the singer – who is said to be worth $160million (£128million) – has snapped up not only the flat above his Notting Hill restaurant, but also the two houses next to his £19.8million mansion in London.
All in all, the 28-year-old reportedly spent £4million buying up the piles around him to limit the noise his neighbours might hear.
Mate, Ed, we’ll live in your swanky neighbouring flats and we promise not to complain about the noise. As they say, ‘location, location, location!’
A source told the publication: ‘Ed’s had neighbours grumbling about noise before so when he got a chance to buy up the two houses next to his London home, he jumped at the chance.
‘Ed has not only made a wise investment but is limiting the chance of people grumbling about loud music or parties.