Good Morning America host Michael Strahan's main home is located in New York, on the Upper West Side. The star has been recovering there since he tested positive for coronavirus, and has given fans a look inside several areas on Instagram since. The dad-of-four shares it with his puppy Enzo while his children split their time between both of their parents' homes, and it's so stunning. Take a tour.
Michael Strahan's living room
WATCH: Michael Strahan unveils beautiful living room
Michael previously filmed in his open-plan living room showing a large sofa and flatscreen television. Various pieces of artwork are mounted upon the walls.
Michael is father to three daughters Tanita, Isabella and Sophia and one son Michael Jr. He previously shared a photo of his twin daughters, Isabella and Sophia, in his living room, showing that it is separated from his kitchen via an island with a white worktop. The room also has French double doors that lead out to a terrace.
Another photo of one of his daughters unveiled more of the living space, including cream flooring and a cream rug, a grey button back footstool, a grey brushed velvet armchair with studded arms, and another grey settee.
Michael decorated the home with a large fir Christmas tree over the festive period, which he positioned in a corner of the living room.
Michael Strahan's kitchen
In keeping with the modern aesthetic of the home, Michael's kitchen is designed with off-white cupboards and white marble worktops and backsplash panels. He also has a glass bubble pendant light, and a silver hob with a matching cooker hood.
Michael Strahan's garden
Unlike most New Yorkers, Michael is lucky enough to have his own outdoor space – a small terraced area lined with a brown fence and a tall bush at the far end.
Michael is making a good recovery from COVID-19 and recently told fans in a message shared by GMA: "I just want to let you know that I do feel a lot better and I'm just thankful to be on the other side of it. You don’t want Covid or to go through everything that it brings with it."
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