Britain’s largest family, the Radfords’ ‘millionaires’ mansion’ gets even better with a new pool-style hot tub in their back garden.
While we have to hop between weeds and a rotating clothesline our mom installed in 1984, Millie, Sophie, Heidie and the rest of the Radford kids have a much cooler backyard.
Because in addition to the pizza oven and DIY bar they already have, they now have a plush hot tub – which looks more like a pool as it’s so huge for the little kids to do laps.
It’s from The Hot Tub Superstore, where hot tub pools of this size cost around £20,000, and we’re guessing it’s the H2K Trainer 15 which sells for £26,995.
Sue and Noel, who run their Instagram page together, revealed how the spa had to be dug into the garden.
But once it was in, they shared a picture of the kids enjoying it and tagged it #swimspa #lovinglife. “Quite literally the best thing ever,” they added.
The busy family have been slowly adding to the renovated garden of their former care home since lockdown began in 2020 – with additions like a DIY pub and smaller hot tub.
They also have an Aldi pizza oven.
The giant stainless steel outdoor oven costs a whopping £499 from the German supermarket chain, with Noel, 50, “in his element” as he prepares dinner for the entire brood.
On her Instagram page, the mother of 22 Sue shared the pizza making in action with the kids making their own pizza
They all lounged comfortably on the family’s new outdoor sofa, which features gray rattan details and matching plush cushions.
Sue also shared a snap of Lifestyle Garden Furniture’s new outdoor furniture, which includes the massive eight-seater rattan table and chairs with a matching outdoor sofa, big enough to seat the whole family.
She captioned the photo: “We love our new outdoor Samoa patio furniture from @lifestylegardenfurniture, it’s the perfect al fresco dining area for our family.”
The garden also features an incredible garden bar which Noel built himself in just a few days using wood, paint and all the tools he bought from Wickes.
It’s stocked with Budweiser beers and a liquor selection that’s wall mounted and even comes with dispensers, complete with a neon bud light sign.
There are fruit shoots and juice boxes for the kids and even bar snacks from Nobby’s Nuts Juice and is lit by glowing neon lights as night falls.
The Radfords live in a former 10-bed care home in Morecambe, Lancs, which they bought for £240,000 in 2004.