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Ant Anstead reveals he’s not selling girlfriend Renée Zellweger’s house across the street after all

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Ant Anstead sold his Laguna Beach home amid his custody battle with HGTV star Christina Hall, but the English TV presenter recently announced he has decided not to move after all. Here’s what Anstead, who is currently dating Renée Zellweger, said about the home and his decision not to sell it.

In October 2022, Ant Anstead was photographed taking his belongings to his girlfriend Renée Zellweger’s home, sparking rumors the couple were moving in together. Zellweger and Anstead have been a couple since June 2021 and live across the street in Laguna Beach, California. Anstead nicknamed his home “Temple”.

But inside sources close to the couple told Us Weekly that Anstead didn’t move in with Zellweger and was merely storing some items in their garage when he staged his home for sale.

“Ant is selling his house because he’s ready for something new,” an insider told the publication, adding that Zellweger and Anstead’s relationship “is still going strong.”

Anstead’s house list came near the end of his months-long legal battle with his ex-wife, HGTV star Christina Hall, over custody of their three-year-old son Hudson.

On Jan. 11, three months after the listing, Ant Anstead shared an Instagram photo of Hudson looking out at a sunset from the balcony of his Laguna Beach home. “Stay where you are,” he captioned the pic, adding a heart face emoji. “#Temple x.”

Fans took the post so much that the Wheeler dealer Host had decided not to sell the house. “Stay in the temple? It’s hard to leave that view!” commented one fan. “Hope that means[s] you’re not selling,” wrote another fan. “not sure you could get much better and for all the work you put into it, what a labor of love [red heart emoji].”

Anstead confirmed to People that he no longer plans to sell the Temple home. “I’ve decided to stay,” he said. “It’s a special place.”

Ant Anstead’s Laguna Beach home is nearly 2,000 square feet and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, according to the listing on Redfin. The listing is still on top, despite that Wheeler dealer Stern confirms the home is no longer for sale.

The “Temple” house offers a view of the sunset and the city light as well as a panoramic view of the sea. The two storey home has a kitchen and living area on each floor, making it suitable for rental use.

“I probably looked at well over 30 houses,” Anstead told People, explaining why he christened the house Temple House. “I was heartbroken when it was no longer available and I kept going to other homes and comparing it to the one I loved. In fact, I started calling it the Temple House because it feels like a temple to me. So I kept saying to my agent, ‘It’s nice, but it’s not Temple House. It’s nice, but the temple house has this.” And then out of the blue the salesman came back and he was like, ‘Okay. You can buy the house.’”

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