Where Is 'The Bachelorette' Mansion? All Your Biggest Questions, Answered
A lot of work had to be done to flip 'The Bachelor' mansion in order for the filming of Angie Kent's season of 'The Bachelorette'.
And in case you were wondering, yes, they are the same place.
'The Bachelorette' mansion is reportedly located in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the same location where Matt Agnew's season of 'The Bachelor' was filmed prior.
This is a change from the old location in Hunters Hill a few years ago, with 'The Bachelorette' Art Department telling us the current house is a change in style from the one they had to spruce up before.
"This house is completely different to the one we had before which had a more Mediterranean feel. We like each season to have its own special look and feel," the team told 10 daily, adding the current house is more Hamptons-inspired.
"It [the current house] has a fresh coastal vibe full of white and muted tones which has been filled with luscious and decadent textures to give it a romantic feel."
The beautifully layered and manicured gardens of the mansion also offer plenty of places for Angie to get to know her suitors better.
Here are all of your biggest questions about 'The Bachelorette' mansion answered:
Where do you start?
The Art Department tend to change up the mansion every couple of years which helps to keep things fresh.
"We always start with the bones of the house and find inspiration from anywhere and everywhere," the team said.
"From travel to design books and of course the internet. Sometimes one piece of furniture can inspire a whole rooms look."
How is the style different?
For 'The Bachelorette', darker tones and textures such as leather are usually added to the mansion for the suitors.
"We like to mix things up from high end to mass market finds and even re-purpose existing furniture, giving it a new lease of life," the team said of the furniture and interior decorations.
But some things never change, like the mass of fairy lights, candles and chandeliers. And apparently, there is no such thing as too many: "We use as many as you can get! We’ve lost count!"
How long does it take?
The team start planning and putting the rooms together in the weeks leading up to filming. "We slowly build up to the beautiful and decadent final rooms you see," they added.
What is your favorite part of the mansion?
Everyone loves a good spacious open plan and when it comes to the mansion, it's no different.
"The open planned lounge and kitchen is a great place for everyone to come together and lends itself to seamless indoor/outdoor flow," the team told 10 daily.
"It has to be functional as the boys live there but also has a sense of elegance."
Are there any rooms we don't get to see?
There are areas of the house you don't tend to see on the show and that's for good reason.
"We like to give the boys some privacy and do not film in the bedrooms or bathrooms," the team said.
What about 'The Bachelorette' pad?
Of course, Angie's Bachelorette pad also gets a refresh too and the focus was to make it a home away from home.
"We wanted her place to be somewhere she could relax and feel comfortable as it was her new home while we were filming," the team told 10 daily.
"We added some decadent touches with cushions and furnishings, so she could feel well and truly in the zone for romance."
You can see all of the pictures of the mansion below:
We only have one question left: when can we move in?
'The Bachelorette Australia' airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7.30pm on 10, 10 play and Win Network.
Featured image: Network 10