In case you needed another reason to believe Robin Roberts is fabulous, you’ve got to see photos inside the Good Morning America star’s home. The beloved TV host lives in a gorgeous mansion in Farmington, Connecticut.
Robin first purchased the 0.92-acre-property in 1994. Property records show the World News Tonight star paid $410,000 four years after the contemporary-style residence was built in 1990, according to reports.
The spacious abode includes 3,396-square-feet of living space, four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, a full basement, a large kitchen and more. The backyard also features a private deck, an enviable garden, an area with a hammock and tons of landscaping that provides privacy from neighbors.
Robin, who shares the house with her partner of 15 years, Amber Laign, has plenty of amenities at her disposal. Aside from the various entertaining areas, the American broadcaster’s dwelling boasts a stunning fireplace and a luxurious pool.
Robin loves spending R&R time at her Connecticut home, but she also started working from there amid the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year. At the time, the Everybody’s Got Something author gave fans a glimpse inside her new setup.
“Like so many, I’m working from home,” Robin captioned an Instagram video in late March. The brunette beauty showed off her makeshift studio in the basement of her massive mansion. Despite the last-minute changes, Robin looked so good!
Although she noted she “[missed] being able to anchor GMA from the studio,” the SportsCenter alum was thrilled to spend all the extra time with Amber and their beloved dog, Lukas.
“I know this too shall pass and I’m grateful for how comforting [Lukas] is during commercial breaks,” she penned in the caption. Robin also uploaded another photo of Lukas, writing, “Well look who’s getting more comfy under the bright lights.”
Robin has since returned to the studio, but she’s staying vigilant in order to avoid contracting COVID-19. Because of the news anchor’s previous battle with breast cancer, she’s doing everything she can to stay safe from the deadly virus. However, she’s not stressed.
“I’m a living, breathing example of ‘This too shall pass,'” Robin once told Closer Weekly of how she stays positive. “We want to get through it, but I understand that the reason why things are placed in our path is for us to learn from and to share with others.”
Scroll through the gallery below to see photos inside Robin’s home!
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