The Six Nations star has a busy schedule as he represents Ireland in the rugby union competition, however, away from sport he lives with his wife Laura in a recently refurbished house.
Irish rugby player Cian Healy has kept himself busy helping his side into the Six Nations.
The tight-fisted accessory is married to Laura Smith Healy and the couple tied the knot in a jaw-dropping wedding in Galway in 2019.
While he spends a lot of time focusing on his sporting career, away from the pitch, he lives in a recently renovated house.
Cian and his wife have spent a great deal of time renovating their home into the sleek, modern property it is today.
The duo teamed up with Cosentino Ireland & Scotland and Miller Brothers Stone to create a white, black and gold kitchen.
A large white marble backsplash and a white-clad convention hood over the industrial-style oven give the kitchen the feel of something out of a luxury hotel.
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There is a wall of black floor-to-ceiling cupboards with paneled doors and gold handles to tie in with the rest of the room.
The couple have a giant kitchen island that they’ve kept very minimal with just a little case of baby’s breath.
Cian has a fully equipped home gym to make life easier as a rugby player with the room stocked with several pieces of equipment.
It also has a long back garden with a large lawn for their dogs to run around on.
There is a large entertainment area with two grills, an outdoor fire, a table with a bench and several gray armchairs.
Laura and Cian have a green thumb with their low walls filled with different potted plants and flowers.
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