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Ex-‘Bachelor’ Star Slash Viall Drops $1.72 Million for Original Pad

Ex-‘Bachelor’ Slash Viall
Drops $1.72M for North H’Wood Pad
… ‘MY First HOUSE!!!’

9/16/2020 3: 09 PM PT

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Ragged ‘Bachelor’ Slash Viall is adulting admire a baller … ‘trigger he correct closed on his first home.

The ‘Bachelor’ from season 21 has correct sealed the deal on this North Hollywood crib for a groovy $1.72 million — a limited deal ‘trigger it used to be listed at $1.75 mil. The three-mattress room, 3-bathroom home is 2,412-square-feet of supreme home … for a bachelor, quite frankly.

The home, revamped in 2017, has a groovy indoor/outside floor opinion that aspects hovering 15-foot ceilings, trip-in closets and a expansive grasp bathroom.

In his yard, he is got a good deal of privacy, and infinity pool and a spa — and he can recreate some ‘Bachelor’ scenes within the poolside cabana with encompass sound and an ambient fire purpose.

Slash’s already boasting about his first palace … announcing “6 years within the past I left a profession I basically cherished for of venture to forestall something I loved. I did it at a degree in my existence where the expectation used to be to settle in and stay the existence I had. 6 years later I’m procuring MY First HOUSE and doing what I esteem. It’s never too unhurried to alter issues up and take about a dangers.”

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You will bewitch … Slash proposed to Vanessa Grimaldi within the season 21 finale and they moved in collectively into a mid-upward thrust luxury home in DTLA. The relationship within the spoil fizzled, but he’ll originate now not have any problems impressing a brand contemporary lady in his contemporary home.

Arvin Haddad, significant person of CNBC’s “List No longer most likely” of The Agency, held the itemizing while Alan Taylor of Compass repped Viall.

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