Inside winter Love Islander Ollie Williams’ £9 million home

He’s going to be a Lord and owns a beach!

Last night the winter Love Island cast were announced and among them was the poshest contestant to ever be on Love Island, Ollie Williams.

Ollie is heir to the Lanhydrock estate in Cornwall. His father is Lord of the Manor of Lanhydrock and when his father dies or abdicates Ollie will take over as Lord.

The estate is worth £9.2 million as shown from records from the private company which owns the estate and is run by his dad.

The estate has over 2,500 acres of land, with a 1,000 of these being woodland and 30 acres of gardens. The house is open to visitors and has over 50 rooms to explore.

A Christmas ball is run at the estate as well as various other events throughout the year run by the National Trust.

The family also own the beautiful Polzeath beach in Cornwall.

Which Ollie uses as a way to chat up potential dates: “‘Do you know Polzeath beach in Cornwall? I own it.’ That’s it. Chat up line, done.”

Ollie Williams Love Island home beach

The beach Ollie owns

The house and the surrounding estate are insanely pretty and the lucky girl who couples up with him can look forward to all of this luxury.

The rooms you can visit are boujee af

They go all out at Christmas

The gardens are stunning as well

Ollie’s Instagram is full of pictures of his humble family home

The estate also has tonnes of farm land which Ollie occasionally works on

He  has two insanely cute black labradors Jake and Elwood

Winter Love Island 2020 starts on Sunday, January 12th. If you want to be the first to know all the latest news and gossip, like The Holy Church of Love Island on Facebook.

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Polzeath beach image: Andy F / Creative Commons Licence