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Hot sale! Ant McPartlin’s ex-wife puts five-bed west London mansion on the market for just £4million – less than a year after fire gutted former marital home

Ant McPartlin’s ex-wife Lisa Armstrong is selling her fire-damaged west London home for a reduced price of £4million.

The property, located on an exclusive street in Chiswick, is owned by the ITV star’s ex-wife, whom he married in 2006 before divorcing in 2018.

The TV make-up artist, 47, has now decided to put the family’s five-bedroom home on the market after flames ravaged the property in September last year.

Lisa rented the property to a family of six but it has sat empty since the fire.

A source told The Sun newspaper that Lisa “doesn’t want any more hassle” and has bought a new house nearby which has a swimming pool and gym.

They said: ‘Lisa has moved on for a long time, but this is one of the last connections she has from her marriage to Ant.

A fire broke out at the Chiswick property in September last year (pictured)

A fire broke out at the Chiswick property in September last year (pictured)

Ant McPartlin pictured with his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong at the BAFTAs in 2015

Ant McPartlin pictured with his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong at the BAFTAs in 2015

Lisa Armstrong's fire-damaged home in Grove Park Gardens, London, which is on the market for a guide price of £4 million

Lisa Armstrong’s fire-damaged home in Grove Park Gardens, London, which is on the market for a guide price of £4 million

Fire damage is visible outside the property, with the house's windows closed (pictured).

Fire damage is visible outside the property, with the house’s windows closed (pictured).

Inside the property where fire damage is still visible.  The property has remained empty since September last year

Inside the property where fire damage is still visible. The property has remained empty since September last year

A Daily Mirror photographer at the time reported that the house was rented by a family of six and that their nanny first spotted smoke coming from the first floor bedroom.

The only people in the house at the time were believed to be the nanny and housekeeper – and the fire was believed to be electrical in origin, the newspaper reported.

Dec and Mrs Astall bought their seven-bedroom property for £1.9 million in 2006, but its value has more than doubled to around £5 million in 2023.

Following the damage caused by the fire, the house has now been sold for a guide price of £4 million and is on the market with Stirling Ackroyd.

Firefighters battled a blaze at the former marital home of TV star Ant McPartlin and his estranged wife Lisa Armstrong.

Firefighters battled a blaze at the former marital home of TV star Ant McPartlin and his estranged wife Lisa Armstrong.

Crews from Chiswick, Hammersmith, Richmond and surrounding fire stations attended the scene on September 13, 2023.

Crews from Chiswick, Hammersmith, Richmond and surrounding fire stations attended the scene on September 13, 2023.

One of the bedrooms includes a master suite with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. There is also an office, games room and bar area.

The description on the property’s advert reads: “A very rare opportunity to purchase a substantial double fronted family home offering approximately 4,700 sq ft of accommodation and located on a sought after residential road in the Grove area Park in Chiswick.

“This exclusive property is presented in partly excellent condition although some work is required to restore it to its original condition.”