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Cheryl's Hertfordshire home is available for rent at £19,000 a month

Cheryl has put her eco-friendly mansion in Hertfordshire up for rent. 

The 33-year-old singer no longer lives at the lavish abode, which she bought two years ago for an estimated £5 million, because she's now reportedly moved into her boyfriend Liam Payne's home in Surrey ahead of their baby's impending arrival. 

But the brunette beauty isn't prepared to let the impressive building stand unused for a long period of time as she's put it on the rental market for £19,000 a month. 

However, the 'Call My Name' hitmaker - who lived at the property with her ex-husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini - clearly has no emotional attachment to the home as she's also put it on the market for unknown price at the same time.

And it's thought the price for the home may have jumped up a notch over the past two years since she snapped it up, as the six-bedroom haven boasts stunning views of the surrounding countryside and has a beautiful modern vibe to it - with wooden panels pinned around the outside and deep floor-to-ceiling curved windows.

The property was designed by Living In Space, which won an International Property Award for the impressive structure, according to Rightmove.com.

The home is spread across 8,000 sq-ft and appears polished from top-to-bottom with a glazed entrance with porcelain floor tiles and movement-sensitive lights.

The house also comes with an indoor swimming pool with a wooden seating area - perfect for unwinding after a long day at work with its spa-like vibe - and a steam room, changing rooms and a private gym equipped with LED downlights. 

The living room is ideal for entertaining guests over the festive period with its roaring log fire and home cinema room with an 110-inch curved theatre screen.

The singer agreed to move out of the home after she and her beau - who have a 10-year age gap between them - decided that his impressive mansion in Surrey was the best place to raise their child because of the memories they've already made.

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