Hannah Brown and her boyfriend Adam Woolard are perhaps the ideal couple of our time who have put a different perspective on one of the most loved abodes of all time: Home. Shortly after dating for a year, the love birds are moving into their Santa Monica home. “Home is beyond a building. It is an abode of feelings and emotions,” says the Bachelorette star as she opens up about her intriguing house in Santa Monica.
From a bird’s eye view, the house is located at the heart of mother nature. Surrounded by an all-blue sea, this heavenly abode witness the sun rising gently and setting with a gloomy tone. “Looking at the sun early in the morning and during the sunset is the most wholesome feeling here in Santa Monica,” she asserts. It is a serene place to live. Filled with glittering lights, surrounded by a set of heterogeneous natural colors, and of course a breathtaking sea view.
The Bachelorette Star Wants to Make “Everyone Feel At Home” In the Santa Monica House
Another varying perspective that Hannah has about her Santa Monica house is that she wants “every visitor who steps into the house feel at home.” She asserts: “Comfort is our foremost priority as we look at the house holistically. We have this intention of making this house not only look good but to be comfortable enough to live in. We want everyone who walks into the house to feel at home.”
Likewise, the love birds have left no stone unturned in making the house cozy. Every inch of the property perfectly matches the nature that surrounds the abode. It is pertinent to mention here that both Woolard and Hannah love inviting guests and friends into the house. So, making it comfy for every visitor is a must.
The Alabama native went on to say: “Woolard and I want to use this incredible place for relaxing and chilling around. At the same time, both of us are fond of throwing parties, chit-chatting with friends, and are more into get-togethers. Not in a perfectionist way, but we want everything that makes the house exuberant and comfortable – both for us and our guests. So that, everyone can join us and enjoy life here in Santa Monica.”
The gloomy sunset and the soothing breeze of the ocean are a treat to the eyes from the balcony of the house. Hannah concludes by saying that this place is not only ideal for the love birds and their guests. Rather, it is also an ideal serene place to look after their puppy, Wally.