Pictured for the first time, this is the secret Cotswolds bolt-hole that Jade Jagger bought last year for £1.2m as a 'gathering place' for the 'eccentric' Jagger clan.
The grade II listed Georgian manor house, which is set in a six-acre plot and includes a cricket pitch, is now home to Jade and her husband Adrian Fillary, while an adjoining £895,000 property is intended as a 'granny pad' for Mick.
Jade and Adrian have made the 10-bedroom property their home and have already settled in to life at the sleepy village, with frequent visits to the local pub, MailOnline can reveal.
The 10-bedroom, grade II listed Georgian manor house belonging to Jade Jagger
A picture of the Jagger clan shared by Jade Jagger, bottom right, on Fathers' Day
The entrance to the lavish property, which was purchased for £1.2m last year
The hallway at the house, which is intended to be the scene of family parties in the summer
One of the sitting rooms at the house, posted on social media by Jade Jagger in the winter
The property lies in six acres of land, including extensive ornamental gardens
Their five-year-old son, Ray, has made friends with the publican's daughter who has been invited to play dates at the lavish manor house.
As summer approaches, the property is intended to be used for Jagger 'get-togethers' for a 'less than traditional British family', Jade has revealed. Her father has eight children with five partners.
The local publican, Paul May, 38, told MailOnline: 'The Jaggers might be known for their eccentricity but they seem to have started a new life here.
'They are nice, down-to-earth and friendly. They haven't been shutting themselves away at all. They come in for a drink at the pub quite a lot and little Ray plays with my daughter.
'They are doing a lot of work on the property, which seems to be directed by Adrian. There's always construction going on there and it's going to be spectacular.'
He added: 'They see it as an actual home, not just a hideaway to be used occasionally when they are back from the Caribbean. There is even a granny pad for Mick.'
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