Actor Ronson Vincent is thrilled to move into his 'White House'

Ronson's house
Ronson and Neeraja are thrilled to move into their enchanting white themed house, even if they had to wait a bit for it.

Actor Ronson Vincent has charmed the mini screen audience with his amazing performances in super hit serials like Bharya, Seetha and Arayannangalude Veedu. He had also forayed into the Telugu industry for a while. Ronson and his wife Neeraja had recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary. To make this occasion extra special, the couple has gifted themselves a brand new house that draws attention for its fabulous white colour theme.

The White House

“We moved into our new house named Vincens near Chottanikkara, Kerala. The house stands out for its amazing white colour theme. Not just the inner and outer walls, the curtain fittings, furniture and even the bathroom cleaning brush dons the white colour theme,” says Ronson.

The couple had planned to complete the construction in May last year. However, the pandemic played spoil sport and the construction got stalled. They had waited for ten months to complete the works and would be celebrating the housewarming ritual this month.

“Usually, shifting houses could be a hassle for people. But it is not a strenuous task for us as I will be moving into my seventh house. I was born into a cinema family and was naturally inclined to acting. I got into acting after completing my education. Besides, I am business man too as I manage my father’s construction business. I am interested in interior designing and wall art. I build houses, live in them for a while and then sell it; I have been doing this for quite some time now. We build houses in unique themes and we would be the first consumers of it. These houses would then be sold after some time,” explains Ronson.

Ronson admits he doesn’t nurture any sentimental attachment to houses as he had been constantly moving into new places. However, his wife Neeraja, who is a doctor, is particularly attached to her house where she had grown up. Ronson and Neeraja, meanwhile, are thrilled to move into their enchanting white themed house, even if they had to wait a bit for it. 

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