Jasmine Roth is renting out her cozy beach property!
Earlier this month, the HGTV star announced that she and husband, Brett Roth, would be listing their Huntington Beach, Calif. home, which she nicknamed the 11th Street Retreat, on Airbnb. The couple recently moved to a new house a few blocks away after welcoming their first child together, a daughter named Hazel Lynn Roth.
The original home was the first property Jasmine ever designed, and she couldn't imagine parting ways with it for good, she tells House Beautiful in a new interview.
"I'm very attached to the house and the thought of selling it made me so upset that I was like, I can't sell it," she told the outlet. Instead, the couple decided Airbnb would be a great way to hold on to the home and profit off it.
"We've never done anything like this," the Help! I Wrecked My House host added, "so now being able to share it with people is exciting and a little nerve wracking."
Jasmine and Brett built the home from the ground up after purchasing the land in 2010. It boasts 2875 square feet of space that can accommodate up to nine guests, with four bedrooms and three and half baths. The home's Airbnb listing describes it as "California Cape Cod" with "a luxury kitchen, smart home technology, and a comfy and unique vibe."
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CONTEST ANNOUNCEMENT!!! — 📸 I need your help!! So yesterday we announced that our house is available for rent on @airbnb and we’re calling it the #11thStreetRetreat. Yay! Then today I shared that it's time to change out this super custom gallery wall. I mean, @brettrothofficial and I have had this wall in our house for years and it makes us so happy, but it’s too personal for a rental house. It’s time to mix it up with some new photos…from YOU. 😃 — That's right. YOUR photos could be featured in my house! 🖼🖼🖼 — Here's how to enter: Step 1: Post your favorite beach photo on your Instagram feed and tag me @jasminerothofficial & @builtcustomhomes. Use the hashtag #11thStreetRetreat and tell me why your photo is your very favorite! Step 2: That’s it! That's literally all you have to do! No, seriously. I'll be going through ALL your awesome beachy photos and personally DMing the finalists on Instagram with next steps. Winning photos will be used on my wall, AND featured on my blog. So get to posting, Instagram Fam! I can't wait to see all of your beautiful beachy photos! 🏖🏖 — **Profiles must be set to public in order to be considered.** **Contest closes September 7th at 10PM PST.** — #womenwhobuild #momswhobuild #photocontest #11thStreetRetreat
"Designed as a 'California Cape Cod,' guests will immediately feel welcome from the curb appeal of this luxury home," the listing reads, before raving about the property's seamless indoor-to-outdoor living with a large enclosed patio, gas firepit and LaCantina accordion doors that let guests "take advantage of the ocean breezes."
There is also an interior courtyard located off the kitchen with French doors that open to an outdoor couch, two vintage chairs, a patio umbrella and an outdoor kitchen complete with a built-in DCS gas grill.
For avid beach-goers, the home also comes with an outdoor shower with hot water, perfect for washing the sand off after a day in the sun.
The home's kitchen is described as "a chef’s dream," equipped with a 48 inch Viking range with griddle, double oven and restaurant style hood. All the appliances — including the Viking dishwasher, 36-inch Viking refrigerator and 30-inch Viking freezer — are stainless steel.
Off the kitchen and dining area is the cozy living room with a sectional sofa, a fireplace with marble surround, a vintage-inspired mantle and a flatscreen TV.
"Guests will appreciate the natural light pouring into the living room, but it’s also the perfect room for a cozy movie night," the listing reads.
The Huntington Beach property will become available to rent for $634 a night starting Oct. 1.
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