Inside Christina Haack's New Orange County Home

Christina Haack is one of HGTV's biggest runaway stars, and her sprawling net worth and scope certainly match that. It's been recently reported that Haack has a new home in Nashville, Tennessee, but now, she's revealed she has a new home worth $10 million in Orange County, California as well (via E! Online). Her new California residence sits nicely on the beach — fitting for a star with a series titled "Christina on the Coast."

Haack, who was previously known as Christina Anstead from her marriage with her HGTV costar Ant Anstead, works not only on "Christina on the Coast” but also primarily on "Flip or Flop," her breakout series on the network (via IMDb). While Haack hasn't been the same since divorcing Ant, the reality star appears to be prospering. According to People, she got engaged to Joshua Hall in 2021, and together they've been focusing on family time in addition to their respective careers. Now, Haack's new $10 million beachfront house will see the family having a beautiful, expansive home in which to make plenty of memories.

Christina Haack's new home is double the price of her home with Ant

Christina Haack's new home came after she sold her prior home in which she shared with former husband Ant Anstead for $5.35 million (via TMZ). Her replacement home is bigger and better. New pictures of the home show that it's endlessly stunning. As noted by TMZ, the home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, a beautiful ocean view, a game room, a movie theater, and a large back yard. Moreover, the 6,084-square-feet estate is secure in a gated community and features both indoor and outdoor dining areas, a large chef's kitchen, a spa, a pool, and a fire pit. It's got it all — and for $10.3 million, it should!

According to Life & Style Magazine, the home features an open-air floor plan which allows for easy visibility. Since Haack is big on family time, this makes perfect sense. They further add that the kitchen appliances are from SubZero and there's a giant island for cooking. The kitchen and dining areas also have floor-to-ceiling windows so everyone can take in the full view of the Pacific and fresh air can be breathed in any time.

Life & Style also notes that Haack's gated community includes an estimated 45 other large beachfront homes. While it's all incredibly stunning, Haack, a professional designer and flipper, plans to make it her own through some changes that will mostly focus on the kitchen and the house's bathrooms. However, she'll undoubtedly keep the house's customized closets that are perfect for Haack's massive wardrobe, another part of her for which she's known.