'Bachelor' Couple Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham Purchase Phoenix Home
Newly engaged "Bachelor" couple Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham have purchased a cute ranch home in Phoenix for $870,000.
Published 5:00 pm, Wednesday, May 9, 2018
According to Us Weekly, newly engaged "Bachelor" couple Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham have purchased a cute ranch home in Phoenix. After an exhaustive search for a home, the couple settled on a new construction in a hip neighborhood for $870,000.
After their jaw-dropping engagement on the season finale of "The Bachelor: After The Final Rose," Burnham relocated from her hometown of Virginia Beach, VA, to Phoenix to start a life with Luyendyk.
Burnham, who's pursuing a career in real estate, got a quick primer on the Phoenix market—the couple told the magazine they looked at nearly 70 properties in the area before deciding on the perfect place.
“From the minute I walked into this house, I had a good feeling,” Luyendyk, the race car driver-turned-reality TV star, said about the home. “It was built this year and we can’t wait to move in.”
The home is light and airy with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a big, grassy yard for the couple's two dogs, Dallas and Bastain. The fixtures throughout the home are from Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn.
The house sits in a vibrant neighborhood filled with trendy restaurants, shops, and markets.
Considering the high drama surrounding the couple's engagement—Luyendyk proposed to fellow "Bachelor" contestant Becca Kufrin only to break up with her after two months—we're happy to see the two settling into their new, domestic life together.
Fans have been trying to pin down exactly when this reality TV couple are going to walk down the aisle. According to wedding site The Knot, the two appear to be eyeing June 28 for the nuptials. Other reports say the wedding will likely be held in Arizona and could be televised.
Maybe their sparkly new home will make an appearance as the groom carries his bride across the threshold. We can only hope.