KATIE Price has finally cleaned her mucky mansion - and it couldn't look more different.
The former glamour model, 41, has spent the past year desperately attempting to revive the West Sussex pad.
And now, Katie has finally managed to clean up a room of the property by stripping it bare.
Showing off the results of the clear out on Instagram, Katie shared a snap of an empty room.
The space looks dramatically different to its previous state.
She wrote: "Finally my house is now ready for carpet and furniture."
The clean-up has been on a long-time coming for Katie.
She previously considered hiring a professional to help sort out the mess, admitting: "My mum's got a bee in her bonnet because she says the house is messy, but I'm going to invite someone around to help me declutter and get my life back on track.”
However, Katie continued to let the house fall into a state of disrepair.
In October, she shocked fans as she gave a tour of her home showing every room piled high with clothes and rubbish.
There were also graffiti-like scrawls on the walls at the top of her staircase.
Katie may be facing being booted out of the £2m property as part of a High Court ruling over her finances after a bankruptcy charge was placed on the property on December 3.
She has told pals that she has ordered her team of accountants to find a way of keeping hold of the property and the “deluded” former Page Three model has even claimed she'll have it back by Christmas.
A source revealed to The Sun Online: “Katie is refusing to accept that she has to lose the house. She absolutely loves her mansion and has told the people in charge of her bankruptcy to find a way.
“She doesn’t see how or why she should have to leave the place where she and the kids are so happy.
“A lot of her friends are really worried. She’s behaving a bit deluded and is just seemingly refusing to face up to reality."
They continued: "Whenever anyone asks Katie where she will be living in the New Year she just changes the subject, shrugs and says she thinks everything will get sorted out.”
She paid £1.35 million for the sprawling property in 2014.
But the following year she took out another big loan against the home, and then in 2016 a bankruptcy order was placed against it for the first time - which prevented her from pocketing the proceeds if she sold the place.
The sprawling 1930s pad stands in 12.25 acres and has a swimming pool, tennis courts, stables and paddocks.
When the property appeared on Keith Lemon's Through The Keyhole in 2017 it was dubbed the "Mucky Mansion" because the pool was dirty and neglected and the tennis courts overgrown.
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