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Fancy taking a look around Roy Keane's 7 bedroom house? We have you covered

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HOW ABOUT THIS for a Sunday afternoon treat — a look around Roy Keane’s house in Ipswich.

Keane bought the house in 2009 when he was appointed Ipswich manager and it has remained the family home until recently. The Ireland assistant now looks set to cash in on close to €4 million after the Fine and Country estate agents confirmed to the Independent that an offer of €3.94 million has been received.

The estate agent’s brochure describes the house as an “exquisite property with enviable far reaching panoramic views of the River Deben in Woodbridge.”

The red-brick house is set on 3.17 acres of land and dates back to 1914. It includes seven double bedrooms, swimming pools (note the plural there) and a tennis court that is also marked to be used for basketball, netball and five-a-side football.

The living room, where Roy presumably relaxes and rewinds after a long day, features a 42” plasma TV with built-in oak book cases.

Surely the best feature of the property however is the incredible treehouse which looks more like a small house in itself.

Check out some of the pictures.

Front

View Not a bad view when you're eating breakfast.

Sitting room Is that rich mahogany?

Kitchen It's the type of kitchen you couldn't ever imagine being messy.

Bedroom One of the four double bedrooms.

Piano We're not sure if Roy plays piano but it's nice to have anyway.

Treehouse There's the incredible treehouse.

Tennis Court And finally, the tennis court.

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