Bryan and Sarah Baeumler House In Canada Is Listed For Sale

Bryan and Sarah Beaumler are television hosts
Bryan and Sarah Beaumler are television hosts( Source : instagram )

Bryan and Sarah Baeumler house in Canada was listed at $1,850,000 and was up for sale. Bryan and Sarah both are Tv personalities.

He is a Canadian television host on several HGTV/HGTV Canada shows. He is a former handyman and businessman who translated his career into a series of TV shows.

The Tv shows were about home renovations in Canada. This was then expanded to hotel renovations in the Bahamas. The Canadian television host has also published a book on home renovation. Bryan has also won a Gemini Award for his hosting.

Bryan And Sarah Baeumler Listed Their House In Canada For Sale

Bryan and Sarah Baeumler house are for sale for 1.85 million dollars. This house was built during season 2 of Bryan and Sarah Baeumler hit show House of Bryan.

The magnificent, contemporary-style house features a large deck to take in the sunsets and a 110-foot span of floor-to-ceiling wood-framed glass windows and doors across the front of the cottage.

In addition, the lake house features three separate living "pods" that hold the bedrooms for the kids, the master bedroom with an ensuite, and a communal space with furniture.


The lake house also features three distinct living "pods" where the kids' bedrooms, the master bedroom with an ensuite, and a shared space containing the kitchen, great room, and dining area are located.

They had finally revealed the Highview home, which had been completely transformed under Sarah's "green" project management skills, on the grand finale of Bryan Inc. The house is gorgeous, with great space and rich finishes.

Sarah is also doing interior designing, which satisfies her soul though she is not an interior designer. The television personality is also the owner of a successful business whose company, Sarah Delivers, is flourishing. The business owner sends her customers luxury items and other products that help them decorate their houses.

Bryan And Sarah Baeumler Live in Florida After Selling Their House In Ontario

They live a very nomadic existence and spend their time in Palm Beach, Florida. They have also separated time for their ongoing construction project and their resort in the Bahamas.

The television host couple renovates hotels and houses worldwide, but they are actually from Oakville, Ontario, Canada.

They moved from their Canadian house to San Andros Island in the Bahamas to renovate their rundown resort.

The Baeumler family
The Baeumler family( Source : instagram )

Prior to beginning their enormous and ambitious project of transforming an old, rundown hotel in the Bahamas into the opulent hotspot- Caerula Mar Club on HGTV's smash show Renovation Island.

The Baeumlers undertook the equally demanding and nerve-wracking task of constructing their own lake cottage in Georgian Bay.

Bryan Baeumler had always wanted to own a lake cottage, so when the chance to purchase a plot of land on Georgian Bay presented itself, he jumped at the chance.

The Location Of Family Home Featured Renovation Inc In Ontario

The family home of HGTV pair Bryan and Sarah was filmed for Renovation, Inc: Home Sweet Home in Campbellville, Ontario, roughly halfway between Toronto and Kitchener. 

According to the episode's plot, the Canadian builder and his wife wanted to create a permanent residence for their expanding family away from the bustle of the city.

Both of them at ontario house
Both of them at ontario house( Source : instagram )

The couple hosted a tour of their family home in 2014. The house exudes a stylish urban-country atmosphere. The place surely caught everyone's eye with its mixture of modern and rustic aspects, including the glass railing and open concept floor plan, as well as many rustic touches, such as the wooden staircase and fur rugs and throws placed throughout. 

The entire 5,000-square-foot house was constructed utilizing ICF (Insulating Concrete Forms). Throughout the presentation, Bryan can be seen gushing about long-term, incredibly eco-friendly, and energy-efficient technology.

Technically, the project is a complex 5,000-square-foot addition to a wood frame house that has been on the land for several years. With radius curves, intricate corners, tall walls up to 18 feet, and extraordinarily long lintels, all of the external walls were ICF.

ICFs were also used to construct the pool, pool pavilion, and connecting tunnel. The project employed over 11,700 square feet of forms, "ICF Builder Magazine declares.

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