Inside Love Island’s Adam Collard’s jaw-dropping £260k Newcastle home

Adam CollardshockedLove Islandviewers when hereturned to the ITV dating showthis year as a bombshell.

Adam, 26, was formerly on the show in 2018 but it seems he wanted to come back for more and became the first Islander to return to the show for a different series.

He made plenty of headlines the first time he entered the villa, butrecently fans have branded him “reformed”and compared to the “toxic” men in the villa many have said he’s the “most reasonable” of the group.

Before he returned to the villa, Adam was living in an incredible home in Newcastle which he put up for sale shortly before leaving for Mallorca for £260,000.

His former home is described as a “family home” featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

It’s been designed with all of the modcons one would need and the open plan kitchen area opens out onto a spacious garden.

Adam's outside space is mainly a strip of lawn and he has a seating area for soaking up the sun.

He’s furnished his home with plush carpets and a living area that is a blend of grey and blue that meld together perfectly.

He has decorated his lounge wall with funky pictures of the singer David Bowie and has a framed Newcastle United shirt ready to hang on the wall in his studio room.

Upstairs, Adam has two double bedrooms – one with an ensuite – and a single bedroom, which he is using as a dressing room.

He has also transformed his second bedroom into a makeshift studio for recording social media videos and podcasts, kitted out with mics and headphones.

Adam is currently coupled up with Paige Thorne in the villa, though asnew bombshells enter the villa he’s chosen to go on a date.

Adam was deeply criticised by viewers in 2018 for his behaviour towards ex partner in the villaRosie Williamsand even sparked concern from women’s abuse charity Women’s Aid following his stint on Love Island the first time.

During an explosive confrontation, in which Rosie attempted to confront Adam for making a move onZara McDermott, he was seen smirking as Rosie was crying hysterically.

The personal trainer was labelled “a sociopath and narcissist” by fans as a result and the argument led Women’s Aid to release a statement in response, pointing out the warning signs of abuse against women, they believed were being portrayed by Adam.

Despite his condemned past behaviour, fans think Adam has made a change in his ways, at least onscreen, and the star has continued to garner support since returning to the villa.


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