Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds live in a home worth £4.3million in the Pound Ridge neighbourhood of New York with their three children, Inez, Betty and James.
The couple bought the home in 2012, six months after they started dating, complete with seven bedrooms and six bathrooms across 11.65 acres of space, including an outdoor barn.
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They tend to keep it as private as possible, but they have shared a handful of glimpses inside on social media.
The living room
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Ryan has filmed several videos in what seems to be their living room. It's decorated with wooden panels on the walls, a selection of coordinating sunset photos in brown and black frames, and a white desk lamp at one side. There is also a tall cream floor lamp on the other side.
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In 2016, Ryan posed for a photo in front of the property alongside his mother. It's built with grey panels, wooden doors, and arched windows with cream frames. Blake and Ryan also have a traditional British telephone box in green on their driveway.
Blake showed off her baking skills in February and gave fans a brief glimpse inside their kitchen at the same time. It has two marble countertops, wooden flooring and the cupboards are finished in gold detailing.
Their kitchen also features exposed brick walls with black window frames. There is a large lampshade hanging from the ceiling and a dark grey sofa next to a cream highchair for their children.
Blake also inadvertently revealed that the kitchen opens out to a separate dining room, with a wooden dining table and the same exposed brick walls and wooden floors, when she baked a cake for Ryan's birthday.
The dressing room
The couple have a large private dressing room connected to their master bedroom, which Blake previously unveiled on Instagram. It features endless open shelves where she positions her shoes and bags, an island unit with a marble worktop and several drawers for added storage space, with black metal handles.
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