This season, “The Bachelor” will move houses. Channel Ten is shifting the luxurious bachelor pad to Glenorie from Hunters Hill.

Glenorie is just an hour away from Sydney CBD and has a population of around 3,400 locals. Sydney Morning Herald confirmed that the production team and crew members have already reached the venue. The property is now dotted by production vans, technical equipment and poolside couches. It is just a matter of time now that the makeup artists, fire wardens, contestants, and the bachelor himself to make way to the new property.

If you liked the earlier Hunters Hill house, then you will surely fall in love with this luxurious Glenorie property. According to The Vine, the new location is just 40 kilometres west from the older set. The new home is situated at Abbott Place, which has many such properties. “The Bachelor” house boasts of a tennis court, a huge swimming pool, a number of spacious bedrooms and a beautifully green backyard, reveals According to the website, given the entire property, the backyard is the only place where the rose ceremony can take place. The mansion is spread across 2.02 hectares and its estimated value is AU$3,800,000.

While the show might shine the spotlight on Glenorie it will bring its own hassles too if past experience is anything to go by. If Glenorie residents need a lesson in coping up, they should get their notes from Hunters Hill residents.

Residents of Hunters Hill were constantly inconvenienced when “The Bachelor” was being filmed in their suburb. They had to put up with loud noises, paparazzi, limousines and traffic jams during filming, discloses Sydney Morning Herald.

Last Season’s Bachelor Sam Wood was in the news for choosing to be with Snezana Markoski in the Season finale. Sam and Snezana are still together and were rumoured to enter the jungle in “I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here.”