Bachelorette’s Highland Park Home From Episode 9 Could Be Yours

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The house Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay brought her beaus “home” to on this week’s episode can be yours for about $3.9 million.

Confession: I have never watched The Bachelor, nor The Bachelorette. In fact, the closest I’ve ever come to watching either show was the dearly departed clip show The Soup on E!.

You can also grill the dates of family members in this perfectly appointed formal dining room. (Photo courtesy ABC)

I may be unfairly judging the shows based on this exposure, but I am pretty sure I’d rather be locked in a listed hoarder house full of homicidal-looking clown dolls than watch this really confusing show about (as far as I can tell) kissing strangers ’til you think you might love them and then proposing and then not getting married about three months later.

But something curious came up in the last episode, and thank the Lord for Reality Steve, who put a finger on the issue: The house that Rachel Lindsay from Dallas, our bachelorette for this season, brought her suitors “home” to was not actually home.

Which, as Steve mentions, makes sense. When your dad is a federal judge, you don’t exactly just show millions of people where you live. You rent a mansion in Highland Park. As one does.

But did you know you could live in Rachel’s fake home? You can. I mean, you might have to put up with some sad bachelors appearing and asking for Rachel to give them one more chance or something (does that happen?), but I think most could live with that if the exchange was a five-bedroom, six-bath (plus two powder rooms), 7,792-square-foot abode in Highland Park with an extra apartment, game room, ballet/craft room, library, and lots of living areas.

Hug people in this kitchen, just like Rachel and her family did!

Located at 5800 Armstrong Parkway, the home was designed by Richard Drummond Davis, and the grounds were the vision of Robert Bellamy Landscape. Listed by Jean Bateman of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty, the home also has an 800-square-foot, third-level garret, port-cochere that enters into a large motor court with a three-car garage, and a full apartment.

 

 

Well, this looks familiar …
I think I see a good place to hug a lot of people here.

 

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Bethany Erickson

Bethany Erickson lives in a 1961 Fox and Jacobs home with her husband, a second-grader, and Conrad Bain the dog. If she won the lottery, she'd by an E. Faye Jones home. She's taken home a few awards for her writing, including a Gold award for Best Series at the 2018 National Association of Real Estate Editors journalism awards, a 2018 Hugh Aynesworth Award for Editorial Opinion from the Dallas Press Club, and a 2019 award from NAREE for a piece linking Medicaid expansion with housing insecurity. She is a member of the Online News Association, the Education Writers Association, the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, and the Society of Professional Journalists. She doesn't like lima beans or the word moist.

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  1. mmCandy Evans says

    That house is amazing! This explains why Jean had it “off market” for a bit, or at least I think she did. I saw it right before my campaign kicked up and it is a total keeper!

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