Inside Peter Andre’s incredible Cyprus house he built with his dad over 20 years ago

PETER Andre has showed off the incredible Cyprus property he helped build with his dad over 20 years on Instagram in recent years.

The Mysterious Girl hitmaker, 48, previously got emotional as he reflected on the hard work that went into building up the property which boasts lush green grounds, a pool and tennis court.

Pete, who has opened up about how worried he was being separated from his parents in Australia due to coronavirus, opened up about how special the family property was to him.

Last year, he captioned an Instagram video: "I bought this land nearly 20 years ago and me and my father built this. Dad planted all these trees years ago and now wow.

"So grateful to have this. Great to be back home in our Cyprus 🇨🇾"

Pete's video showed the beautiful white villa surrounded by grass, stone slab paths and trees.

The well curated garden curved round the path towards a clay tennis court.

Sitting next to this is the swimming pool, surrounded with deck chairs and privacy fencing.

In 2019, Peter jetted off to Cyprus – where his family is originally from – with his second wife Emily, 31, and their kids Amelia, seven, and Theo, four.

The singer – who has also has Princess, 14, and Junior, 16, with ex Katie Price, loves sharing images of the lavish property on his Instagram account.

He captioned a collage of his holiday getaway in 2019: "Sometimes I reflect and feel so blessed that I bought this land many years ago and built this wonderful home for my family to grow up in as well as the uk.

"We had a blast as we always do. Short but sweet.  Till next time. Love you Cyprus."

One image captured the outdoor rectangular pool, which featured classic dark blue tiling on the inside of the feature.

Beside the pool is a permanent canopy for the family to seek shade from the beating sun.

Pete has erected an opaque glass panelled wall around his property for added privacy.

Another image captured the grounds of Pete's home, with neat paving slabs surrounding the lawn in the centre.

The garden is lined with a string of palm trees, and neatly shaped bushes.

Pete has also previously shared images of what his holiday home looks like from the inside.

The living room follows a neutral colour scheme, with cream tiled floor and a mosaic feature in the centre, which leads out to the patio.

The lounge area has two sets of sofas, one which is a neutral L-shaped sofa, while the second is a dark navy shade.

The area hints the house is not the usual square shape, and Pete's appears to be geometric, as the windows are at an angle to one another.

The living room is surrounded with large windows, which are fitted with black out blinds.

The lounge is open plan and connects to a separate dining area, and the kitchen.

The kitchen and dining area are fitted with down lights, while the living room has a separate mood lighting.

While most of the decor is neutral, and fitted with beige furniture, the kitchen stands out as a vast contrast with deep red cupboards and drawers.

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