Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury’s £4,250 a month flat in Manchester is up for rent days after a robbery occurred.
The Love Island stars have left their lovingly crafted home after an estimated £800k worth of designer clothes and jewellery were snatched from the penthouse apartment on Thursday, October 21.
Listed on a real estate website, the property is described as “gated” and “secure” with “impressive views across parkland from the terrace.”
Molly curated her plush penthouse into a stylish abode and documented the process on her YouTube channel.
With an impeccable finish and a bespoke walk-in wardrobe that Molly designed to display all of her luxury clothes and accessories, the stunning space that the couple rented is worth £1.3 million.
The advert reads: "Stunning recently developed 2500 ft2 penthouse apartment superbly located…
"Impressive open plan living area with bifold doors to large terrace overlooking parkland, three large double bedrooms all with ensuite bath/shower rooms, extensive fitted dressing area to master. Two allocated parking spaces, landscaped communal gardens and lift to all floors."
It continues: "Finished to an exceptional specification throughout including Miele and Neff appliances and Duravit and Hansgrohe bathroom fittings. Comprehensive security systems and data preparation.
"Elegant architectural detailing includes distinctive high gables, stone lintels and sills to the windows, arched windows to the top floor and a beautiful ornate canopy to the main entrance."
The couple’s property in Cheshire was broken into when they were away in London at Molly-Mae’s Beauty Works Christmas launch.
Police are investigating the burglary but no arrests have been made yet. Molly-Mae is said to be anxious that her “YouTube videos tipped off the gang” about the contents of their luxury home.
An inside source told The Sun that the couple had been traumatised by the robbery and quickly moved out of their luxurious penthouse.
The source disclosed: "They're both devastated and would never return to the flat.
"They had their remaining things that hadn't been taken in the robbery moved out of the flat immediately – they're already moved out and won't ever return as they don't feel safe."
The reality star has remained upbeat after the shocking event, posting to her 5.9 Instagram followers that she was smiling through the storm. Yet, Molly-Mae is said to have “learnt her lesson” about sharing the extent of her expensive jewellery and home layout online.
Molly recently opened up to her 1.57 million YouTube followers and admitted that she had not felt safe in a while at their penthouse and even invested in “extremely high security”.
The reality star revealed: "I'm not sure I've mentioned this before, but I now have to pay a lot of money a month for extremely high security for the apartment.
"I had a few incidents; I just don't really feel safe anywhere anymore. I didn't feel safe in our last apartment, I don't really feel safe here."
The influencer is a multi-millionaire after her time on Love Island and lucrative collaborations with Pretty Little Thing UK, a company that she now works for as a Creative Director.
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