Ed Sheeran might never leave his property in Suffolk, England.
Construction plans show that the "Shape of You" singer is building a church on the grounds of his sprawling estate. That structure will include a crypt, and there's suspicion that that will be Ed's final resting place.
The Sun reported that drawings of the church were sent to the local council, and they include a "Burial zone beneath (penetration through slab)."
Previous documentation claims that Ed's church would "address an important need for a private place of retreat for contemplation and prayer, for celebration of key life and family milestones."
"The proposed building would be a space truly ancillary to the main house, but apart from it in order to provide calm and separation," the documents continued.
The church — and burial chamber — is set to be erected on the edge of Ed's $4 million property in rural Suffolk.
Ed previously hoped to build a church on his land, but local leaders rejected that plan in 2018. This structure is more scaled down.
"The relatively small structure would be clothed by the existing, emerging native planting in a similar way to other structures in the countryside, helping it integrate into the well wooded clay plateau. This will continue to establish over time, reducing views of the building (and other existing buildings) as the native wooded backdrop reaches maturity," the documents said. "The materials used to construct the new building will be largely in hand crafted flint, to reflect the highest quality in architecture and design detail, providing a contrasting but muted colour and tonal variation that integrates into its surroundings."