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It's only fitting that the Bachelor host would have a killer bachelor pad. The four-bedroom Westlake Village, California, hideaway, complete with stunning views, an expansive deck and (of course) a hot tub, "is rustic and comfortable," says Harrison, 42. "I didn't use a professional designer. Everything has meaning to me." As for comparisons to his hit show, well, the house is where it ends for the divorced dad of two. "I hope women don't think I'm going to whisk them off to Bora Bora on the first date," he jokes.
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CURTIS '50 CENT' JACKSON
"This is the East Coast Playboy Mansion," says Jackson of his 50,000-sq.-ft Connecticut mansion (formerly owned by Mike Tyson), which boasts a strip club, indoor nightclub and grotto. His softer side is revealed in the formal living room, or as the rapper calls it, "My grandmother's room. When she'd come here, that would be where she'd want to stop and sit. The only picture in there is of me and her." As for Jackson? "My favorite place in the house is in front of the television." Luckily there is one in the grotto.
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Jean-Luc Bilodeau at his home in May 2014
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Unlike his roommate, "I keep my space pretty clean," says Theler, 27, the resident "peacemaker." Otherwise, living with his costar is a breeze. "Our personalities fit," he says. "We're funny and sarcastic. We're a lot more like TV brothers, because we [actually] are!" As for dating: "My goal when I approach women is not to be intimidating because I'm 6'5" – I like to be under the radar." And he's a romantic: "Just ask my ex-girlfriends, I mean it!"