David and Victoria Beckham have been busy getting a brand new glasshouse constructed on the grounds of their £12million Costwolds home.
The former footballer, 48, and the fashion designer, 49, were granted planning permission to build the greenhouse and a raised kitchen in their garden.
Now, it appears that construction is complete on the external building as the finished glasshouse was photographed on the grounds of the property on Friday.
The greenhouse featured a modern ceiling-to-floor full glass walls and boasted Victorian-inspired spiked finials on the point of the roof.
The Beckhams appeared to be moving things into the glasshouse already as cardboard boxes could be seen piled up inside the outbuilding.
It is the latest addition to the sprawling property, which also boasts a sauna, plunge pool, football pitch, gym, swimming pool and £50,000 safari tent in the grounds for entertaining.
The Beckhams were granted planning permission for the glasshouse, however a separate application create a new road to the property recently angered locals.
It was reported that David had asked for permission to construct a new 250m access road into their sprawling holiday home while the glasshouse was built.
But a neighbour objected and filed an official complaint in which they called the Beckhams plans ‘pointless’ and a ‘waste of resources’.
The complaint is said to have read: ‘Hi, I object to this because it is a needless use of materials.
‘There is already an access road to the property so what is the point of laying another road just to build a fancy greenhouse? That seems pointless and a waste of resources.’
Another furious letter read: ‘I believe, as do many in the surrounding area suggest, the applicants want a longer drive into their property, rather than the short drive from the lane they currently use to have access to their property, this may because the public have access all the way down this lane because it is a public road.
‘I have been speaking to people in the business of supplying greenhouses in the United Kingdom all have said this greenhouse could be erected within a period of two to three months at the most.
‘Why do the applicants require a temporary construct on access for two years on a public footpath?
‘I am always amazed at those who come to live in the countryside and then want to bring in suburbia, they are not content to live in a natural country environment.’
Elsewhere, David and Victoria won a controversial bid to turn a barn in the garden of their vast property into offices last month.
The couple asked for permission to create three separate office spaces in the building, plus a bathroom in the grounds of their country retreat in Oxfordshire.
They also asked to install new skylights and the workspaces will be accessed by an external wooden staircase.
After winning the bid, they now have three years to begin work on the development. David currently keeps his gardening equipment in the barn.
The house featured heavily in the former England captain’s four-part Netflix documentary where he said: ‘I wanted a place where we could escape. As soon as I get into the countryside.
‘I normally get into my country get-up which I’m not in now. I’ve got a stick, I walk around, sit out here with a cup of coffee.
‘My favourite view of the house. I can also see Victoria if she’s naked in the top window.’
David and Victoria, who share children Brooklyn, 24, Romeo, 21, Cruz, 18, and Harper, 12, snapped up their country retreat for a reported £6.15 million in December 2016.