Haradan still lives on the property with his family. For 42 days, twice a year, the house is transformed for the drama of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette."
"Everything leaves — everything that’s not tied down, that’s not part of the home. Curtains, TVs, pots and pans, clothes — everything in one day goes out," Haradan told US Weekly. "And then they take two weeks to put it together the way they want it, and they shoot for X amount of days, and then they spend two weeks to put it back."
They even change the paint color of the walls for each show. With the newest seasons of both shows launching in early 2021, the house will have undergone around 50 coats of paint.