'Renovation Island': Do the Baeumlers still own their Florida home? Bryan Baeumler calls Wellington property 'temporary home'
WELLINGTON, FLORIDA: When it comes to thriving in uncertainty and chaos, nobody does it better than the Baeumlers. After enduring a hurricane, and a global pandemic, just as things were beginning to look up for the Caerula Mar Resort, Bryan and Sarah Baeumler announced that they would be moving their family to Florida. Season 3 of 'Renovation Island' revolved around the couple's Florida family home renovation efforts.
Loyal HGTV fans tuned in week after week to watch Bryan and Sarah Baeumler lock horns over their renovation plans, amidst tight deadlines. Aside from leaving us with a very strong deja vu of season 1 of 'Renovation Island', we couldn't help but wonder if Bryan and Sarah Baeumler are still living in their lush new Florida property or have found another new abode for themselves. If you too are curious about the Baeumler family whereabouts and the current status of their Florida home then keep reading.
Do Bryan and Sarah Baeumler still own their Wellington home in Florida?
During a recent interview with Cityline, Bryan referred to their Wellington home as "temporary home", which left us all wondering if the Baeumlers were ready to make another big switch. But as it turns out, as of September 2022, Bryan and Sarah are still residing in their Wellington family home. As Hurricane Ian hit Florida, Bryan and Sarah Baeumler took to their Instagram to update their loyal fans. On September 26, Sarah shared a snap of a rainbow on her Instagram page alongside the caption, “It’s been a rainy few days here in Florida, and it’s just the beginning. Sending well wishes to everyone in the path of #HurricaneIan and reminding my kids & family that there will be brighter days ahead. Stay safe everyone xx”. On the same day, Bryan too shared a snap of himself alongside former cast member Adam Weir, standing on the side of the road with a caravan of vehicles behind them. So, it looks like the Baeumlers will be sticking around in Florida for a while.
Bryan explained the family's decision to make Florida their current home base by pointing to its proximity to Canada as well as the Bahamas. He also revealed that they managed to acquire their new Florida home for a very attractive price. In the premiere episode of 'Renovation Island' Season 3, the couple explained how they looked for a beachfront property that would fit their family's needs. But after failing to find any property that met their bill, their real-estate agent took them to a gated community in Florida called Wellington. The couple stumbled upon a property that had everything they needed in its ranch-style layout. From stable for horses to a private airplane hangar, the Wellington property had everything they were looking for. So, they immediately decided to purchase it.
While the infrastructure of the Florida home was perfect, the house was in a dire need of renovation to make it their dream abode. Which in turn became the plotline for season 3 of 'Renovation Island'. As the Baeumlers raced against their rental property's lease timeline to finish the renovation of their home, the HGTV show documented all the highs and lows of their latest adventures.
'Renovation Island' Season 3 airs every Sunday at 9/8c on HGTV.