Lewis Capaldi to build pool at his luxury £1.6M Glasgow farmhouse

Popstar Lewis Capaldi, 25, is given green light to build swimming pool at his luxury £1.6M Glasgow farmhouse

  • Scottish crooner Lewis Capaldi given permission to build a swimming pool
  • It will be an extension to his £1.6m Glasgow farmhouse bought in Sep 2020
  • Plans show a 10m x 5m pool surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass windows
  • Separate rooms will contain space for changing, a spar room and a sauna 
  • Other plans approved will include a media room, home cinema, an expanded master bedroom and a new kitchen. 

Scottish crooner Lewis Capaldi has got the green light to build a stunning swimming pool in the back garden of his £1.6m Glasgow farmhouse.

The Someone You Loved star, 25, lodged plans with East Renfrewshire Council to install a 10m x 5m pool surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass windows. 

Drawings submitted with the plans reveal the pool will abut the cinema room with views of the back garden.

Separate rooms will contain changing rooms, a spar and a sauna for the pop star to let off some steam in. 

Lewis Capaldi, 25, at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Novemebr 22 2020. He has recently received planning permission to build a new swimming pool

Drawings lodged with East Renfrewshire Council show plans to install a 10m x 5m pool surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass windows

Capaldi has carried out a series of renovations to the mansion, near Glasgow, since he moved out of his parent’s Bathgate home in September 2020

Scottish crooner Lewis Capaldi got the green light to build the stunning swimming pool in the back garden of his £1.6m Glasgow farmhouse

Drawings submitted with the plans reveal the pool will abut the cinema room with views of the back garden

Capaldi has carried out a series of renovations to the mansion, near Glasgow, since he moved out of his parent’s Bathgate home in September 2020. 

The complex boasts an extra cottage while the grounds feature a summer house and large terrace.

He told earlier how he is enjoying overseeing works at the home he bought in 2019.

He said: ‘I’m getting a lot of work done to it just now. It’s getting renovated, but I’m really enjoying living there.’

Capaldi has already been given permission to convert old stables into an exercise room and a gym.


Capaldi released Divinely Inspired To A Hellish Extent in May 2019, spending 10 weeks in the album top spot

It will also boast a media room, home cinema, an expanded master bedroom and a new kitchen

Capaldi spoke about how much he is enjoying overseeing works at the home he bought in 2019

He said: ‘I’m getting a lot of work done to it just now. It’s getting renovated, but I’m really enjoying living there.’ 

Capaldi has already been given permission to convert old stables into an exercise room and a gym.

He recently boosted his fortune to more than £3.3m as royalties rolled in from his debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent

It will also boast a media room, home cinema, an expanded master bedroom and a new kitchen.

Officials have now approved the works at the ten-acre pile that includes a man-made island and bridge.

A council document said: ‘The proposal is to create a modern contemporary single storey rear extension to a residential property.

‘It is considered to be acceptable in terms of design, scale and materials.’

It added: ‘The proposal is not visible from the public road. In this context, the proposal has no impact upon the local street-scene.’

Capaldi released Divinely Inspired To A Hellish Extent in May 2019, spending 10 weeks in the album top spot. He is currently working on his new album.

He recently boosted his fortune to more than £3.3m as royalties rolled in from his debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent.

After self-releasing his first track Bruises in 2017, Capaldi became the fastest ever unsigned artist to pass the 25 million plays mark on Spotify.

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