The “Bachelorette” and “Special Forces” reality TV star is renovating the house

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A actuality TV star has plans to renovate a house on the Treasure Coast, he introduced on social media final week.

Competing on Particular Forces: World’s Hardest Check, which premiered final week and airing at 9pm each Monday on FOX, Tyler Cameron was the runner-up on Season 15 of The Bachelorette in 2019.

The 30-year-old Jupiter native was a contractor earlier than turning into a actuality TV star. He returned to his roots after “The Bachelorette,” asserting in December 2020 that he had begun buying land in his native Florida.

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In a video he posted, Cameron exhibits off the important thing to his new dwelling at Hobe Sound, touring with the music “Purchase Filth” enjoying within the background.

“I simply purchased this home,” he says. “I am so excited to share a model new undertaking with you guys that I’ll begin implementing right here.”

He paid $660,000 for the two-story, 2,559-square-foot dwelling with 4 bedrooms and three loos within the 9100 block of Southeast Duncan Road in Papaya Village on Might 4, in line with the Martin County Actual Property Appraiser’s web site.

Asking for concepts to renovate a 1975 home.

“We’ll make this ugly little factor stunning,” Cameron says. “That is going to be an enormous undertaking.”

He talks about changing one space right into a podcast room and one bed room into an workplace for the Andrea C. Cameron Basis, a scholarship program created in honor of his mom, who died in March 2020 of a mind aneurysm. He additionally talks about changing the storage right into a gymnasium and seeing the chances of making a farmhouse, pool or pickleball courtroom.

“My favourite place in the entire home is that this little out of doors patio,” he says from the porch.

Cameron owns two 3Natives shops in Palm Seashore County with enterprise companion and buddy J.P. Caruso, a Delray Seashore native. They opened their first location in Boca Raton in October 2021 and their second location in Delray Seashore in August, in line with Caruso. TCPalm would not know if it would open any on the Treasure Coast.

Treasure Coast areas are at:

  • 10795 SW Custom Sq., Port St. Lucie
  • 1413 St. Lucie West Boulevard, Port St. Lucie
  • 2873 SW Cafe Courtroom, Unit 203, Palm Metropolis
  • 870 SE Indian Road, Stuart
  • 2761 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart
  • 11750 SE Federal Freeway, Hobe Sound

Lori Okay. Blandford is an leisure reporter and columnist for TCPalm devoted to discovering one of the best issues to do on the Treasure Coast. Observe her on Twitter @TCPalmLaurie And Fb @TCPalmLaurie. Electronic mail her at laurie.blandford@tcpalm.com. Join 772’s weekly “What to Do” e-newsletter at profile.tcpalm.com/newsletters/handle.

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