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Tubridy's gaff is up for sale - take a look around here

The Monkstown property is on the market for more than a million euro.

Ryan Tubridy during the 50th anniversary Late Late Source: RTE/RollingNews.ie

RTÉ PRESENTER RYAN Tubridy is packing up and moving out of his Monkstown home in south Dublin, looking to downsize.

The 4-bedroom Victorian house with views of Dun Laoghaire harbour is on the market for €1,275,000.

Speaking to the Irish Mirror about the move, Tubridy said he moving out of 5 Brighton Avenue as he needs something “cosier”, saying it is more suited to a growing family.

He reportedly bought the property with former partner Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin.

Take a look around here:

The 240sqm property is located between Monkstown Road and Seapoint Avenue.

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Here’s the entrance hall, with stone stairs.

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This leads up to a reception area.

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Tubs said he loved the living room, and sure isn’t it lovely.

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The house was bought previously for €1.25 million.

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Some period features are intact.

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The house has a total of four bedrooms.

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Here’s one of the smaller ones.

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And there’s a view across the harbour… just about.

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