STRICTLY Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood is selling his Glitterball mansion.

The 56-year-old star, who often appears on TV from the fab-u-lous pad, has put it on the market for £3,295,000.

The tough-marking judge's sprawling pad has as many bedrooms as his favourite score – seven.

And with five bathrooms and seven acres of land, there's more than enough room for cha-cha-cha through it's halls.

The Strictly theme runs riot throughout, with giant glitterballs and a statement sequin sculpture in the lounge alongside a crystal-encrusted buddha.

Over in the dining room, the light cascades a spotlight-style light over the sparklingly-wallpapered room.

Elsewhere a glass conservatory, which he calls the 'glass house', features elegant plant and a white piano.

It looks out over the outdoor swimming pool, which sits beside a bubbling hot tub surrounded by penguin sculptures.

And upstairs the star's personality is stamped all over the bedrooms, with one boasting a 'diva' sign over the bed. Who's been staying in there, Craig?

He told the Mail: "It is not going to suit everyone, but there are a lot of sparkles and I love it here.

"It is more like a London house in the middle of Hampshire. It was built in 2008 and I have lived here for seven years."

Craig added: "In the glass house, you are really sitting in the garden and you feel connected to that when the bifolds are open."

The star is selling up and leaving the area he loves with partner Jonathan Myring, who he got engaged to last year.

He is moving to be closer to his fiance's parents, saying: "It will be so nice to share our lives together a bit more."

The house has been shown on TV many times, including the Lorraine segment At Home with Craig Revel Horwood, which saw him cooking in the kitchen.

It also appeared on Keith Lemon's Through The Keyhole in 2015, before the house had a mini makeover.

He bought the place for £1.8million in 2014 after selling the house in Camden, North London, he'd previously lived in for 20 years.

Craig said at the time: "They say an Englishman’s home is his castle. When I’m in my country pad, I can truly live like a queen."

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