Love Island’s infamous Casa Amor, where couples are either made or broken, is up for sale to tune of an eye watering £2.5 million.
The four-bedroomed sprawling villa is located just down the road from the main Love Island house on the Spanish island of Majorca, where 14 singletons are already up to their eyeballs in drama.
According to the RightMove listing for the property, the house was designed by an unnamed but award-winning local architect and has a ‘sensational feeling of space and flowing movement throughout’.
As well as it’s own private pool and collection of fruit trees, there’s also a yoga studio or massage room depending on your mood and the property even has it’s own vineyard.
Of course, the real selling point is the fact that it has been used as the second filming location for the incredibly popular dating show Love Island.
Who wouldn’t want to own the spot where Chris and Kem had their very first meeting of minds when they rapped Skepta’s That’s Not Me, or where Josh met his (now ex) girlfriend Kaz?
Perhaps the idea of buying a house a group of lusty reality TV contestants have lived in will be offputting for some potential buyers, but we’re sure they would have boiled all the sheets and swept the place clean like an episode of Minority Report.
As for this year’s Love Island, we saw the first boy booted out of the villa on Saturday as none of the girls chose to couple up with lovely Callum.
At the dramatic recoupling ceremony, Lucie was forced to finally choose between Tommy and Joe after a week-long love triangle had dominated the show.
She decided to stick with Joe, meaning Tommy was coupled up with new girl Molly-Mae who had invited him on a hot tub date earlier on in the episode.
Tonight, the island will be rocked by a brand new arrival in the shape of 21-year-old model Danny Williams from Hull.
Obviously, we hope there’s fireworks.
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