Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home




Yvonne Keating has moved out of the Abington house she and ex-husband Ronan Keating built in Malahide, Co Dublin and moved down the road to a new €1.28m estate.

Yvonne splashed out for the new home, after selling the previous property for €2.5m.

“I’m not originally from the area but I’ve been in Malahide nearly all of my adult life, so it’s very much home for me,” The Celebrity MasterChef star has said.

“We will miss this little rental but happy to finally have the key in my hand to our new house. Looking forward to moving in and on in 2015.”

Their new property comes with a private garden, stunning kitchen, a study, large bedrooms as well as a perfect family room.

Yvonne’s thirteen-year-old daughter Missy and nine-year-old daughter Ali (who she parents with Ronan) have already been summoned to painting duties so the family can move in as soon as possible.

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Started work on our new house. This is what will be keeping us busy. Thanks for all your good wishes x

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Here’s a sneak peek into their new home:

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

Pictures: See inside Yvonne Keating’s €1.2m home

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Ronan Keating plans to return to Ireland with his new Australian girlfriend Storm Uechtritz later this year to be closer to his children.

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