After minting their engagement in a final rose ceremony, "Bachelorette" JoJo Fletcher and new fiance Jordan Rodgers are taking the next step — moving in together. The couple has leased a home in Fletcher's native Dallas, according to Candy Evans of Candy's Dirt.
The single-story home, built in 1949 and renovated this year, features refinished hardwood floors, upgraded hardware and large picture windows. In a sign that things may be getting serious, a nursery sits off the master bedroom.
Other details of note include an open living/dining area and an upgraded kitchen dressed in Carrara marble and brushed-gold hardware. A breakfast booth draws the eye with tropical wallpaper and a rattan-wrapped light fixture.
In all, there are two bedrooms and two bathrooms in nearly 1,550 square feet of space.
Outdoors, there's a concrete patio, lawns and hedges. Mature trees and a white fence surround the property.
The house came up for sale in May for $525,000 and was listed for rent at $3,250 a month. Terms of the couple's lease were not made publicly available.
Shannon Blount of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate was the listing agent.
Fletcher, 25, revealed that she and Rodgers would be moving to her hometown after the final rose ceremony. A real estate developer, she previously appeared on Season 20 of "The Bachelor."
Rodgers, 27, is a former professional football player and the brother of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He recently joined ESPN's SEC Network and will provide college football commentary as an analyst this season.
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