Revealed: The stunning lakeside £7.5million Oxfordshire mansion Sophie Turner claims she and Joe Jonas planned to make their ‘forever home’ before their bitter split – as custody battle over their two daughters rumbles on

New photographs have unveiled the stunning UK mansion that was once envisioned to be the ‘forever home’ of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner. 

The pictures, obtained by Page Six, showcase the £7.5million estate in Wallingford, Oxford, that the now estranged couple had dreamed of living in with their two daughters.

It’s understood the property was sought out by the Jonas Brothers member just three months before filing a divorce from the Game of Thrones actress in September this year.

Bordering a picturesque lake, it also hosts the ‘beautiful walled garden’ referred to in Jonas’ bombshell letter, released by Sophie amidst their bitter custody battle.

The actress claims this is irrefutable proof that she and her estranged husband Joe Jonas were planning a future together in England.

New photographs have unveiled the stunning UK mansion that was once envisioned to be the ‘forever home’ of Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner

In new court documents, filed earlier this week, the 27-year-old actress shared a letter, allegedly penned by her ex, to persuade a homeowner in Wallingford, Oxford

Bordering a picturesque lake, it also hosts the ‘beautiful walled garden’ that Jonas referred to in his bombshell letter

Bordering a picturesque lake, it also hosts the ‘beautiful walled garden’ that Jonas referred to in his bombshell letter

‘I have been completely charmed by the idea of dropping my children to school on the boat and being able to spend a leisurely afternoon cruising to the pub with friends on my very own boat,’ Jonas raved.

‘You have designed your home beautifully – I was incredibly inspired by the layout of the rooms and the energy of the house.

‘I couldn’t help but notice the musicality of the house and the fact it has a huge room ready to be my recording studio is amazing – there is nothing about the design we would want to change.’ 

The photographs come just as Sophie Turner is claiming she has irrefutable proof that she and estranged husband Joe Jonas were planning a future together in England with their two daughters.

In new court documents, filed earlier this week, the 27-year-old actress shared a letter, allegedly penned by her ex, to persuade a homeowner in Wallingford, Oxford to sell them their $9.1 million estate in Wallingford, Oxford.

‘When my wife and I decided we were going to spend more time in the UK and search for a permanent home, our daughter expressed three unwavering requirements: having chickens, a pony and a Wendy house,’ he enthusiastically told the seller. 

Jonas, 34, added: ‘While many of the houses we viewed met this criteria, the moment we turned the corner and caught sight of the charming blue shutters adorning, we experienced a sense of magic unlike anything we had felt before.’

The dad-of-two added that father-in-law, Andrew Turner, ‘is an incredibly keen gardener’ that was ‘suitably impressed’ by the property’s vegetable garden. 

As he imagined spending the rest of his life in England, the Grammy nominee said he and Turner could really ‘envision’ their kids ‘growing up here and making this our forever home.’ 

He concluded that his family would spend ‘many years’ paying ‘homage to the magic’ that the previous owner ‘created’.

The letter was well-received by the seller, who accepted the former couple’s offer and a 10 percent deposit of $914,130 on July 7, just two months before their split. 

However, a source told Page Six on Friday that the sale on the Oxford house ‘never closed.’

The insider also said of Jonas’s letter: ‘Intention, expressed in a letter or otherwise, does not equal residency. Actions do. And so while the letter was inserted in the motion in order to pique the attention of reporters, it won’t actually be material to determine legal residency.’

Read Joe Jonas’ nearly 300-word alleged letter to the homeowners 

‘When my wife and I decided, we were going to spend more time in the UK and search for a permanent home, our (oldest) daughter expressed three unwavering requirements: having chickens, a pony and a Wendy house,’ Jonas allegedly said.

The father-of-two continued, ‘While many of the houses we viewed met this criteria, the moment we turned the corner and caught sight of the charming blue shutters adorning, we experienced a sense of magic unlike anything we had felt before.’

‘Stepping into your beautiful walled garden, we were greeted by the sight of your children enjoying a delightful picnic in the dappled shade of a tree accompanied by a macramé swing it was simply heavenly,’ he marveled.

Jonas added: ‘I have been completely charmed by the idea of dropping my children to school on the boat and being able to spend a leisurely afternoon cruising to the pub with friends on my very own boat. You have designed your home beautifully – I was incredibly inspired by the layout of the rooms and the energy of the house.’

‘I couldn’t help but notice the musicality of the house and the fact it has a huge room ready to be my recording studio is amazing – there is nothing about the design we would want to change. I really think Sophie and I will be able to look after and for many many years pay homage to the magic you have created,’ Joe wrote in the letter.

Jonas concluded the note, by mentioning that the property received a stamp of approval from Turner’s dad. 

He stated, ‘My father in law is an incredibly keen gardener, an he was suitable impressed by your vegetable garden too, a very important sign off.’

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