Inside Alan Halsall's mega mansion with grand hallway, luxury bath and lavish living room

CORONATION Street's Alan Halsall has been living his best life in lockdown over the past six weeks in his lavish Manchester mansion.

The soap star, 37, has been isolating with his girlfriend of one year Tisha Merry, 26, and his six-year-old daughter Sienna-Rae.

The mansion – located in Salford, Manchester – took the Corrie star four years to build with his ex-wife Lucy Jo-Hudson.

Alan now shares the exquisite house with Tisha after he decided to move her in to his £750,000 dream home in September last year.

The pad boasts a luxury lounge, grand hallway and a lavish bathroom that has a freestanding bath.

It also has a huge back garden for Sienna-Rae to run around in when she's not staying with her mum.

The amazing pristine white kitchen has all the latest state of the art appliances that they need to keep themselves busy cooking during lockdown.

The pair have the most amazing bedroom that boasts a huge king sized bed.

Tisha – who has her own YouTube channel with 7.79k subscribers – has her own space in the house where she can record her videos.

She also has her own walk-in wardrobe where she can keep all of her clothes and make-up.

In November 2018, Alan shared on Instagram: "Wow exactly a year to the day I moved in to this house that took nearly four years to finish from start to finish.

"So much has happened in that year, but sat here now with my princess asleep in her bed.

"I love this house so much #sograteful."

Alan and Lucy were granted planning permission for the house in 2016 and they used to take their daughter check on the progress of the build.

But since Alan and Lucy's split, he has found happiness with former Corrie star Tisha.

His new girlfriend recently admitted that she has been struggling in lockdown in her latest YouTube video.

The couple showed fans what they have been up to during isolation and spend most of their days going for long walks or when Sienna-Rae is staying with them, the trio go on a bike ride instead.

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