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Lucy Spraggan is selling her Grade II listed home for £410,000 to fund new album Choices

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LUCY Spraggan has revealed she’s selling her stunning Grade II listed home to fund her latest album, Choices.

The singer, who found fame on The X Factor in 2012, put the stunning three-bedroom property in Cheshire on the market so she could release her sixth record without having to worry about money.

The house, which has stunning views of the countryside, a lavish home gym and a spacious, modern kitchen, is up for offers over £410,000.

In an exclusive interview, Lucy, 29, explained: “It’s an amazing house. But the thing is about Covid, normally I would be touring to support this album.

“And I don’t get a lot of commercial support. Without touring I’ve had to sell the house to fund it and I am going to be downsizing.

“I’ve sold everything, my motorbike, the house.

“To me, like selling this house, which effectively is just bricks and just mortar, is helping me focus on what I am passionate about – my family and my music.

“There’s no question to me what is more important.”

Choices, which came out on Friday, is now at the No5 spot on the midweek album charts.

It’s one of Lucy’s most personal records to date, and the name celebrates the journey went on to get there – including her divorce from wife Georgina Gordon.

Lucy added: “This album just appeared, I think because I had been through so much and I just started writing.

“The last few years for me has been all about choices. I chose to get divorced. I chose to sell my house.

“I’ve chosen to choose life. I’ve made a series of really important choices and that is what the album is born out of.”

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