The X-house factor: former X Factor judge Tulisa to sell the £4.5 million mansion she bought less than a year ago

She only picked up the keys 11 months ago, but former talent show judge Tulisa Contostavlos has decided to sell her luxury Hertfordshire home

Poor Tulisa. Not only is the former X Factor judge dealing with the fallout following a scrape with the law, but she’s also having to cope with the stress of selling her luxury Hertfordshire mansion – less than a year after she purchased it.

Tulisa has already moved out of her sprawling Hertfordshire home, which is currently on the market for £4.5 million.

The former N-Dubz star is now living in more modest digs close by.

Her former home, Edge House in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, is set
behind an electric gated entrance and has five bedrooms split over two
levels.

The house was completely refurbished last year before Tulisa moved in.

The grand property, which has an original Georgian facade, also has an indoor
pool complex with a gym and cinema room.

It is situated in two acres of landscaped gardens in the wealthy Brookmans Park area of Hatfield.

The singer first got her hands on the keys early last year, but has not had much chance to enjoy her new abode.

Tulisa arrived at court yesterday for a preliminary
hearing. Let’s hope she has more luck selling her house!

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