Body Coach Joe Wicks will rake in £7,250 a month after putting his £1m four bedroom Richmond pad up for rent – The Sun

JOE Wicks is set to bring in £7,250 a month by renting out his £1 million Richmond pad.

The self-styled Body Coach – who recently moved into his new home – has listed his luxurious four-bedroom digs in London.

Joe, 33, renovated the four-storey home himself with his model wife, Rosie Jones.

The couple and their two kids – Indie, two, and Marley, eight months – moved out at the weekend.

Their old house boasts 2,376 sq ft of living space and has a front and back garden.

The open-plan kitchen features slate tiles, a wooden island and sleek white counters, while an extension with exposed brick leads out onto the garden.

There's a large patio with a barbecue outside and the slide and treehouse is perfect for the kids.

The four bedrooms are decorated in stylish muted tones and have two ensuites, while the master bedroom has dark blue statement walls.

Joe took to his Instagram Stories today to show fans the massive garden and home gym at his new place.

He explained: "I have packed up, we've been moving the past few days to our new house.

"I have loved living in Richmond, I've loved the memories in this house – Indie and Marley [his daughter and son] were both born here, but we've outgrown it."

He went on: "We're moving on and I'm excited about starting a new chapter of our lives together in our new house."

Fitness guru Wicks has seen his wealth skyrocket after he became the nation’s PE teacher during lockdown.

Joe, who was being watched by more than a million fitness fans per session during his peak, banked a massive £1.6million in the last year.

He showed off his massive home gym, which features large windows, wooden floors and plenty of space for all his weights, yoga mats and workout equipment.

He also posted several clips of the family's amazing garden, writing: "The most beautiful garden.

"I've dreamed about having a home like this for my babies to grow up in."

The garden features stone decking, a striped awning, rattan furniture and an ornately carved table and chairs.

Joe's popularity has soared since the coronavirus lockdown thanks to his daily workouts and newfound status as the nation's PE teacher.

He had fans in tears after giving his final lockdown PE lesson recently, having raised £500,000 for the NHS.



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