Ryan Reynolds embraces Wrexham by buying a house in Welsh village

owner and Deadpool star bought a house in a small Welsh village.

The Hollywood actor snatched up a charming $1.8 million four-bedroom residence in Marford, North Wales. The new digs are about five miles from the club grounds, reconfirming his commitment to the club.

Dynamic duo Ryan Reynolds and fellow Hollywood star Rob McElhenney joined forces to acquire Wrexham in 2020. They paid $2.5 million for the historic club, which boasts the oldest international stadium in use today: Racecourse Ground.

Along with the eponymous FX sports documentary TV show “Welcome to Wrexham,” the two have invested of dollars and their own time getting the team up the table in the National League.

Reynolds goes long on the future of Wrexham

Locals are excited as the charismatic actor embraces his love for the club and community by putting down permanent roots in their quaint corner of the world.

One of his future neighbors buzzed about the news, telling The Sun.

“Ryan is moving to Marford and it's all the locals can talk about. His house is on the poshest road.

“The most famous person from Marford is Tim Vincent from Blue Peter, so a Hollywood star is a step up!

“It might not be the Big but the red carpet will be rolled out when Ryan comes to town.”

Reynolds owns a $5.3 million mansion across the pond near New York City. He lives there with his mega-star Hollywood wife, Blake Lively. The two share four kids.

The Reynolds family has become a familiar sight at the club, cheering on their team as they make a thrilling dash for the coveted promotion title.

On Monday, the team held on to a 3-2 victory over Notts County, who led Wrexham on scored in the table. But the Red Dragons now go top by 3 points with four matches to play until the end of the season.

Wrexham is favored for promotion to the EFL for the first time since the 2008-09 season. Meanwhile, the Hollywood script continues to write itself for the oldest club in Wales.

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