Bobby Flay Let Go Of An Important Memory With Ex-Wife Stephanie March To Allegedly Announce His Relationship With Giada De Laurentiis Soon?
The rumor about Bobby Flay and Giada Laurentiis is probably the hottest and most complicated love story in 2015. The timeline of speculations regarding their intimate closeness and dating coincide with their decisions to file for a divorce from their respective partners. And now he is ready to finally let go of the last significant memory he has with former wife Stephanie March. Read on for more details.
In the report from Observer as mentioned by Yibada, Flay has decided to sell their apartment located in 252 Seventh Avenue. The 3-bedroom property is reported to be valued at $7.95 M. Their residence was owned before by different stars like Marc Jacobs, Nick Jonas, and Katie Holmes. It is 3,200 square foot wide.
Flay has his own personal touch in this apartment because he renovated the kitchen before. The alterations made are the Viking appliances, walk-in pantry, and double dishwashers. Realty Today reported that Elle Décor had an access before to their home and feature it to the public. The property highlights a spacious outdoor kitchen with wood-burning oven, refrigerator, and stovetop grill.
Of course, it also has an impressive outdoor dining area with customized teak table and chairs. The indoor kitchen is equally impressive for it gives off the vibe similar to a restaurant or a café. This features a farm table, 2 café tables, salamander, fryer, 2 ovens, griddle, and a 10-burner stove. Anyone who would first see the house will assume it is owned by a skilled and wealthy chef.
As soon as the home will be sold, what are the odds that De Laurentiis and Flay will finally announce their alleged relationship? Divorce settlements are done and now this property which is an essential piece of his married life before is for sale.
Many believe it wouldn’t take long especially Bobby Flay and Giada Laurentiis recent actions speak louder than now than before.
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