Ronan Keating and his wife Storm live in an incredible “carbon-free eco-friendly dream home” that boasts enviable views.
The Boyzone singer, 45, and Australian designer, 40, bought the house on the outskirts of London in May 2016 and set to work creating a sprawling pad powered entirely by solar panels.
Ronan, who is dad to Missy, 20, Jack, 22 and Ali, 16, with his ex-wife Yvonne Connolly, as well as Coco, one, and Cooper, four, with Storm, revealed how the family finally moved into the house, which aims to “bring the outdoors in, after years of planning and building.
And in a recent update, Storm shared a sneak peek at their amazing pool.
Snapping a photo of Ronan on the BBQ, Storm captioned the summer snap, “Pool + BBQ #beginningofsummer @rokeating.”
Storm also took to social media over the weekend to share a closer look, with kids galore playing in the amazing pool.
It spans a large amount of space, has various inflatables perfect for sunny days, and is surrounded by white cobblestones.
Storm told his 141,000 followers that they hosted family from abroad and all spent time at their impressive home.
Sharing a look inside the reunion, Storm also showed off her impressive tennis court.
The couple also have a lovely outdoor dining area with a huge glass table and white brickwork surrounding it.
In a snap from the family seated around the table, Ronan’s daughter, Missy, could be seen throwing her hands in the air in joy.
In recent months, Storm has shared a collection of snaps of their gorgeous views from their beautiful home, which is framed by trees.
The mum-of-two shared a photo of their reindeer lit up on the lawn as she captured the morning frost, captioned: ‘Reindeer end of January’.
It looks like the family really got their plan to ‘bring the outdoors in’ into action with Storm sharing a photo of Coco and Cooper in wicker baskets against a backdrop of rolling hills.
Elsewhere, children have plenty of space to play with the little ones taking a trip through the woods, captioned by Storm: ‘Exploring the land’.
Ronan and Storm were forced to start from scratch at their property after revealing that the original 1980s structure on the site “hasn’t aged well” while the electrical and plumbing system also needed replacing.
Captioning a photo of the original home, the duo wrote: “Over time and the expansion of our imagination and research, our dream home has evolved into a totally zero carbon home that recovers also its own rainwater and waste.
“Our entire site with swimming pool and tennis court will also be powered by solar panels and air-source heat pumps, which will also make their energy production neutral.”