Julianne Hough shares a glimpse of the lavish new home after a move across the country
Julianne Hough moved from Los Angeles to New York and gave fans a glimpse of her new home where she is quarantining after testing positive for COVID-19
Julianne Hough temporarily said goodbye to his sunny LA home after moving to New York for his role in the Broadway play POTUS.
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The actress shared a sneak peek inside her new home this week, and while it could use some furniture, there’s no denying it has plenty of space — a rarity in Manhattan real estate. Posting a picture of herself sitting on the floor, Julianne acknowledged that her abode needed some personal touches as she revealed she had “a cup of coffee” and “no furniture”.
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In the picture, the rock of ages star can be seen leaning by a lit fireplace while resting her arm on a mushroom-shaped pouf.
The space appears to be open plan and features dark wood floors, gray walls, and fitted wardrobes.
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Captioning the photo, she wrote: “Living in NYC – first night in my house had to pick up locksmith at 2am, no furniture, drink my wine @freshvinewine out of my only cup of coffee and loving every minute!This is where I contemplate my life and this next chapter.
Julianne temporarily moved to New York
“What’s cool is that I’ve been so lucky to live the life of my dreams, to have family, friends old and new in my life that show each other and to have a new sense of wonder in my eyes and my heart, that this empty house seems completely full!”
Julianne may have a little more time to plan her decor now that she’s been forced to miss a part of her POTUS shows after testing positive for COVID-19.
Taking to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday, Julianne wrote: “Hi everyone, I’m really disappointed to share that I have tested positive for COVID.”
Julianne lives in a new house in Manhattan
Although she revealed she was “feeling fine”, Julianne admitted she will be quarantining in her New York apartment for the foreseeable future. “I feel good, but unfortunately I have to miss a few POTUS shows.”
She concluded, “Out of an abundance of caution, I will be in quarantine until cleared to return safely. Can’t wait for everyone to see our amazing show! Julianne xoxo.”
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