Bachelor couple Jake and Vienna may not have tied the knot yet, but they’re already planning their own Neverland Ranch after finding their dream home in California – worth a cool two million, and RadarOnline.com can bring you an exclusive sneak peek.
The Dallas pilot is desperate to put down roots in the sunshine after enjoying his tenure at CBS in Hollywood for Dancing with the Stars.
So he was delighted when Vienna, who will be dancing with her betrothed in the DWTS finale, told him she’d found a five-bedroom home in exclusive Newport Beach.
The 7000 square foot pad near Ocean Harbor might not look like much from the outside but believe us it holds gaudy delights within - including a rocky swimming pool more suited to a Sea World enclosure, a ghost self-playing piano and a room that Vienna thinks will be perfect for a nursery.
And here’s the clincher – she wants to paint all the rooms red, just like THAT rose.
A friend of the couple said: “Obviously Jake is from Texas, and he’s a Texas boy at heart but he loves California and would like to raise a family here.
“They weren’t looking for a home with any desperation but had enjoyed horse-riding near Saddleback Mountain, which this house has views of.
“Vienna was casually looking at real estate when she found the place and fell in love, it’s a great home with a, how can we say, this, exhuberant theme.
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“It’s very Vegas, from the Sea World style pool with rock slide, to the piano that plays itself to the brightly colored walls.”
This of course suits Vienna down to the ground, obsessed as she is with the red rose Jake awarded her at the end of The Bachelor season.
“Vienna would like a spectrum of crimson throughout,” the friend continued.
“She wants them to feel like they’re cocooned within the rose itself.
“They have now viewed this house three times and are desperate to get it.”