Inside Ben Shephard's incredible London home with beautiful garden, free-standing bath in the bedroom and huge kitchen

The TV presenter, 43, and his partner spent a year renovating their stunning property in London before moving in in 2016.

Since then the star has treated fans to sneak peaks of his idyllic family life with a series of pictures including his boys Jack and Sam.

The family’s home features a stunning entrance with steps leading up to the front door.

Once inside there is an impressive hallway with what appears to be original period features and art work on the walls.

There is a wooden staircase with a carpet runner going both up and downstairs in the impressive property, while the entrance leads into the huge kitchen area.

It features a large wooden table, perfect for hosting dinner parties and a sitting area with French windows that lead onto the immaculate and sprawling garden.

The kitchen appears to be the hub of the house, thanks to the Aga and gorgeous wood fittings.

Elsewhere the house boasts a working fireplace and a freestanding bath in the master bedroom.

The pride of the property is without a doubt the stunning garden, which is overflowing with life.

As well as a perfect lawn and impressive flower beds, there are vegetable beds and even apple trees.

Ben tied the know with Annie Perks in 2004. He recently revealed he turned down a place on Strictly Come Dancing because he wife doesn’t want him to have an affair.

Ex-Strictly contestant Susanna Reid asked him on GMB: "Why aren't you doing Strictly this year?"

To which Ben replied: "Essentially, my wife doesn't want me to have an affair."

Susanna squealed and looked to Kate Garraway for back-up as she said: "You don't have to do have an affair on Strictly! I don't think anyone here has ever had an affair on Strictly."

A shocked Ben said: "You don't, really?" Before he joked: "That's the only reason I wanted to go on!"

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