“Bachelor” Couple Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham Just Bought Their First House Together (See Inside)

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Everyone’s least favorite “Bachelor” couple has officially taken “the next step” by purchasing a home together in Arie’s hometown of Scottsdale.

Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham recently told US Weekly they looked at nearly 70 homes together before deciding on a brand new, 2,607-square-foot home. Arie also shared that this huge step is a good one, “Buying a house is obviously another huge step in our relationship and we are excited to really make this our home. It was built this year and we can’t wait to move in!”

In trying to seem more approachable, Arie also said, “Our dogs are very excited. They are each going to have their own room … I mean it does have four bedrooms. And, a big backyard to run around in, too.”

According to LovingPhoenixRealty.com the house was, “Tastefully designed by Rebuild The Block this modern farmhouse has a great open concept & split floorplan. It starts with a custom kitchen right out of Pinterest with upgraded appliance package 42” GE built-in fridge and 36” gas range w/ matte back heritage series & refurbished pantry door. Great room is appointed with vaulted ceilings & large dormer windows for natural light that highlights a gorgeous white brick fireplace perfect for entertaining guests. The oversized master suite provides 550+ sq/ft of space for a private spa like retreat that is appointed with Restoration Hardware & Pottery Barn fixtures and gorgeous finishes. Surrounded by Arcadia & Biltmore hot spots, including LGO, Postino’s & upcoming development on 32nd/Campbell that will include the Chop Shop.

Lauren Cowling
Born and raised in the South, Lauren grew up going to football games with her family and eating overcooked steak. When not writing, Lauren enjoys reading biographies, searching for pictures of puppies on the internet and drinking Sprite.

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