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Roy Keane Sells His Ipswich Mansion For Nearly €4 Million

Gary Reilly
By Gary Reilly
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Now don't worry, just because everyone's getting ahead of themselves with property prices all over again doesn't mean this will be a regular feature but when you have the chance to have a quick look round Roy Keane's house, you're hardly going to look away. It's a bit like going to the neighbour's open house just to see what it's like.

The Ireland assistant manager looks set to cash in on his Norfolk mansion with Fine and Country estate agents confirming to the Independent that the Woodbridge property has received an offer of the £2.95 million (€3.94 million) guide price.


The brochure for the house boasts of "a rare opportunity to acquire a most exquisite property with enviable far reaching panoramic views of the River Deben in Woodbridge. Set on a private driveway with tennis court, swimming pools, seven double bedrooms, double garage, four en-suites and two family bath/shower rooms."

Keane bought the house in 2009 when he took over as manager of Ipswich and it remained the family home after Keane left the Ipswich post in 2011. However, since the house was put on the market last year, the family have been living in Cheshire, with rumours that a move back to Cork is on the cards.

But enough about that, here's the house.



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