Inside The Bachelor mansion: Channel 10 dating show goes from a ‘French castle’ in western Sydney to a $2.8million resort-style home on the Gold Coast
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The Bachelor producers have reportedly secured a $2.8 million Gold Coast waterfront property for the upcoming season.
The new suitor – reportedly Thomas Malucelli – will hand out roses at a five-bedroom house in Helensvale, just 20 minutes from Surfers Paradise.
According to property records, the luxury mansion has a resort-style pool, movie theater, and three bathrooms.
Inside the new Bachelor mansion: Channel 10 dating show is said to have moved from Dural to Sydney to a $2.8million mansion on the Gold Coast (pictured)
The house also has a long driveway lined with bushes leading to the entrance.
As soon as they enter, competitors will be greeted by a sumptuous hall, as well as a magnificent lounge with a fireplace.
The property also has an indoor pool and spa area, reports so dramatic.
Poolside dates: According to property records, the luxury mansion has a resort-style pool (pictured), cinema room and three bathrooms
Miss Havisham’s loft? Photos on realestate.com.au reveal one room is decorated with creepy Victorian dolls and a vintage rocking chair
It also includes a spacious lounge and dining area with a wet bar and marble worktops.
Pictures on real estate.com.au reveal that a room is decorated with creepy Victorian dolls and a vintage rocking chair.
The estate’s grounds are perfect for group get-togethers, meaning cast and crew won’t need to travel far beyond the mansion.
Downgrade: The mansion is a downgrade of the $6.3million ‘French castle’ in Dural, western Sydney, used for Jimmy Nicholson’s season
The property went on sale in April 2021 and has since been listed for rent on Airbnb.
The mansion is a downgrade of the $6.3million ‘French castle’ in Dural, Sydney’s west used for Jimmy Nicholson’s season.
Prior to Dural, The Bachelor and The Bachelorette were filmed at a $2.3 million property in Oxford Falls, Sydney’s north.
Coming soon: The Bachelor began filming its tenth season on Monday, with Osher Günsberg (pictured) returning as host