Ant McPartlin is currently spending lockdown with his girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett in their stunning West London pad.
The couple spent two years renovating the property before moving in in 2019, along with Anne-Marie’s two daughters with estranged husband Scott Corbett.
The pair only went public with their relationship in June 2018, six months after Ant announced he and wife of 11 years Lisa Armstrong were splitting following his first stint in rehab to tackle his addiction to prescription painkillers.
The stunning gated property is shielded by trees for privacy, with lavish pillars outside framing the front door.
Situated in London’s posh Wimbledon Village, it’s the first home that the TV presenter and his new girlfriend are sharing together.
The new love pad has modern amenities including a huge open plan kitchen and dining room, several reception rooms and it’s located close to a park.
It boasts seven bedrooms, five reception rooms, a home cinema and spa bathroom, with his ‘n’ hers sinks.
The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and a huge en-suite bathroom with a free-standing bath.
The open-plan kitchen has twin ovens and leads into a dining room and an orangery that overlooks the garden.
It’s situated near plenty of parks and green spaces, so Ant’s labrador Hurley – who he still shares with Lisa – will have lots of new walking routes to explore.
There is also a large office space which will likely be getting good use at the moment as the couple work from home.
White walls and huge bay windows keep the modern pad looking light and airy.
An insider recently told The Sun of the couple’s new pad: “The property is perfect for them.
“It has everything they want and marks an important milestone in their relationship together.”
The represented the end of an era as Ant had been living next door to co-star Dec Donnelly in Chiswick for the past two decades.
The presenting duo had lived close to each other for years, but Ant reportedly handed the keys to his ex wife Lisa Armstrong.
It was reported in January last year that Lisa had put their old house on the market.
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