Christina Haack lists house with estranged husband Ant Anstead for $6M

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The California home that HGTV star Christina Haack once shared with her now-estranged husband, Ant Anstead, has hit the market for $6 million. 

They first purchased the Newport Beach home in June 2018 for $4.1 million.

Following two years of marriage, the two announced their separation in September.

Haack, 37, remained in the home, while Anstead moved out. Six months after they split, Anstead, 42, told People that he was having difficulty finding another place in the area to stay close to their one-year-old son, Hudson London.

“I feel like I need a home. It’s been over six months now,” he told the magazine, adding that while he has so many exciting ventures going on in his professional life, he’s struggled to find that special place where he and Hudson can settle in. “I still feel… I feel displaced,” he continued, “so I feel like if I can find a home, I can really start to rebuild from there.”

The coastal southern California property is also the same residence where the former couple hosted their secret wedding in 2018. 

Spanning 4,804 square feet, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom abode has been marketed as a “once in a lifetime opportunity to own a fully realized and furnished vision by an HGTV celebrity.”

This Hamptons-style home is inspired by an “East-meets-West Coast” design with a lush turf, a sparkling pool and a Baja step, spa and twisting water slide.  

Other features of the home include a commercial-grade kitchen with top-class appliances and a double-sized marble island with a breakfast bar. The kitchen boasts a glass wine cabinet that can hold an estimated 180 bottles. 

A resort-style private master suite features 20-foot ceilings with double-story windows, a soaking tub and a double rain shower. 

The former couple blended both of their styles to fit in with their blended family. Anstead and Haack each have two children from previous marriages. 

Anstead filed for divorce on November 3.

Since calling it quits, Haack has purchased a yacht named Aftermath while Ant has entered a “breakup recovery” program and lost more than 20 pounds.

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