CHARLOTTE Church is hoping to bank a £1million profit from the sale of her stunning Welsh mansion.
The opera singer turned pop star, 37, has listed her family home, The Spinney, which she bought following her split with rugby player Gavin Henson, 41.
Charlotte bought the white-walled pad set in extensive countryside in Dinas Powys, near Cardiff, for £1.3million.
The Crazy Chick songstress, who is a mum-of-three, has now put the stunning home with a series of outbuildings on the market for £2.3million – with the hope of banking a bumper profit.
Inside, the new owner will be able to enjoy a lavish wood-walled piano room as well as the cosy cream settings of the lounge.
Egg blue walls adorn the dining room while the kitchen is fresh and neural in colours with ample space for entertaining.
The Welsh star has sprinkled a touch a magic around her home and formerly unveiled an enchanting room hidden behind a bookcase concealed as a door.
She previously shared a clip of the well-stocked customised bookcase automatically opening to reveal a perfectly hidden lounge.
Charlotte is now set to move into her wellness retreat which sits in the surroundings of her “nightmare” £1.5million property.
She has documented the home revamp on TV show Dream Build.
Dream Build first aired in January 2022 on Really and Discovery+ and documented how the singer transformed the pad of former home fashion star, Laura Ashley.
Facilities at her retreat with facilities including a vagina shower and womb room.
She claims a stay there will improve mental health and reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Prices start at £150 a night, with a minimum stay of three nights.
If those staying wish to stay in the most expensive room on site, The Forest Spirits, it will set them back £900 per person.
Food and drink is included in the price – with meals being mostly vegetarian and vegan. Alcohol is strictly banned.
Charlotte lives with her musician husband Johnny Powell and her three children.
They tied the knot in 2017.