Bachelorette Pad Featured at Homes & Land

Sneak Peek Inside the Home of the 25 Bachelors

TALLAHASSEE, FL (April 11, 2012) – One of the most anticipated seasons of ABC’s hit series, The Bachelorette, begins airing Monday, May 14. For the first time, the series was filmed outside the Los Angeles market. This season was filmed on the east coast near Bachelorette Emily Maynard’s home in Charlotte, NC. The show selected a luxury home in the area that contains all the touches and amenities associated with luxury living.

Viewers can now get a sneak peek both inside and outside the home from Homes & Land. While the home will be featured in the April Homes & Land of Union and Anson Counties Magazine, more extensive views are available online at

The 12,000 sq.ft. home is listed for sale by Mirium Peters of the real estate company of Peters and Associates. This downright dreamy estate is located in the Evermay gated community and sits on over five acres. With 5 bedrooms, 7 full bathrooms and 3 half baths, the 25 bachelors have plenty of room. This home was built in 2006 and has a Mecklenburg County tax value of approximately $5 million.

The European style house has a stucco and stone exterior with a four car garage, elevator and ballroom. The outdoor kitchen, pool and estate grounds provide plenty of room for the guys to relax between dates with Ms. Maynard.

Filming for the show wrapped up this week, so whether you want a sneak peek or may be interested in buying this $5.9 million estate you can take a behind the scenes tour at

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