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Susan Boyle Still Lives in This Adorable Scottish Cottage House from Childhood (VIDEO)

The Britain's Got Talent Season 3 finalist has been residing in the cozy place for all her life. 

By Jackie Manno

Susan Boyle has sure come a long way since wowing the world on Britain's Got Talent in 2009, but she has still managed to stay humble.

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In 2021, the singer gave OK! a tour of her darling childhood home in Scotland, which she still lives in today. Read all about it, below. 

Susan Boyle's childhood house in Scotland

To start us off, Boyle showed us the lovely grand piano room with pride. 

''That's a giggle for a start, cause I can't even do scales. I'm only learning at the moment, though. It's a bit like driving a car. It takes a bit of time,'' she told the cameras. 

Then came the kitchen, which was recently revamped. ''You got to have a mess before you have a palace, so this is the end result. It was a tiny kitchen before. There was a big round table and four chairs, and a cooker. You really had to watch what you were doing.''

Next up was the living room, which gave off a super homey feel, and was also redone with new walls and flooring. ''With me being away all the time, you tend to overlook [certain] things,'' Boyle said. 

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Upstairs, we got to see Boyle's very own room that she grew up in. 

''There's a bit of a history attached to this house. There used to be nine of us in it,'' Boyle said.

Then, we catch a glimpse of a sign that said ''Dream'' hanging on her window. 

''That's always my motto, to keep your dreams,'' Boyle said with a smile. Looks like that mindset sure paid off well for her! 

Boyle then explained that she shared the room with two of her sisters, the late Bridie (who died in 2015) and Cathy. Another sister, Mary, got married and ''left the nest'' years earlier. 

''I used to have my record player in the corner,'' she said sentimentally, reflecting on her surroundings.  

Susan Boyle performs during the Donny & Marie variety show at the Flamingo Las Vegas October 17, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

''My humble abode. I've been here a lifetime now. Nearly 60 years,'' she proudly concluded the tour. 

In an interview with OK!, Boyle explained what drove her to purchase the house and stay with it, despite achieving massive fame

"It’s to do with the memories of your house and your upbringing, you need to take stock of things and maybe see where you come from and where your roots lie," she told the outlet. "It’s best to be grounded and with your roots. It keeps you grounded and prevents you from saying things maybe you shouldn't say."

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