HGTV Star Jasmine Roth is selling her charming Cali home and moving to Utah

"As our family grows, we’re excited for our next chapter in Utah, where we’ll be trading sounds of the ocean and sand for our snowboards and hiking trails," Roth shares.

Georgie Mihaila
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Turns out you can buy a Jasmine Roth-designed home OR you can buy the star decorator’s own home.

The HGTV star has just listed her cozy and impeccably designed residence — dubbed the Roth Homestead — for $6,450,000 (with Kevin Via at Compass), making the announcement official on her Insta channel as well.

Set in the surf-friendly seaside city of Huntington Beach, Roth’s newly completed 5-bedroom abode was built in 2020, and the interior maven has spent three years finishing it and turning it into the dream family home it is today.

The reason for selling? Turns out, Jasmine Roth and her family are leaving California and moving to Utah, a place that holds dear memories for the Cali-based designer and builder — that’s where she and her husband Brett wed back in 2013. She also plans to dive deeper into the local real estate market there.

Despite being excited about the move, parting ways with her family home in Huntington Beach doesn’t come easy:

“Putting the “Roth Homestead” up for sale is bittersweet,” Jasmine shares. “It took me three years to build, and it’s been a place we’ve called home for over four years. Hazel was three months old when we moved in, I’ve filmed countless scenes of my HGTV series here, and we have so many amazing memories that we’re forever grateful for!”

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Jasmine Roth is moving to Utah

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

Jasmine, who’s currently expecting baby #2 with husband Brett (the two already share a daughter, Hazel Lynn, age 4), shared her excitement about the move: “As our family grows, we’re excited for our next chapter in Utah, where we’ll be trading sounds of the ocean and sand for our snowboards and hiking trails.”

She’s looking forward to being more involved in the Utah real estate market

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

Just because she’s moving, doesn’t mean she has any plans of slowing down.

In fact, it’s quite the opposite, as she goes on to share “I’ve been working on homes in Utah, and I’ve been involved in the Utah real estate market for almost a decade, so I’m excited to now jump in with both feet.  Also, we had the most picturesque Park City wedding in 2013, which is now where we expect to give birth to our second baby, so it’s definitely a full circle moment for our family. We’re embarking on this new journey with open hearts, and I can’t wait to share our new home, designs, and more!”

The 5-bedroom family home she’s leaving behind

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

Ideally located in the prestigious Lake Park neighborhood of downtown Huntington Beach, the 2020-built residence has:

  • 4,554 square feet
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 4 full baths, 2 half baths
  • sits on an 8,820-square-foot lot

Naturally, it has impeccably designed interiors

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

Jasmine Roth’s expert touches, which won her the #1 spot on Season 1 of the hit HGTV show Rock The Block, are evident throughout the house’s 4,554 square feet of living space, with each room showcasing meticulous craftsmanship and designer finishes.

A fully equipped chef’s kitchen

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

The kitchen in particular steals the show with its warm wood cabinets and white counters that beautifully contrast the leather-finished black granite counters of the kitchen island.

It’s also luxuriously equipped with custom Viking appliances including a 48” range, 36” refrigerator, 36” freezer, built-in microwave, and wine fridge. 

The living room nearby

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

The open floorplan leads us from the kitchen straight to the living area, where comfortable seating overlooks a fireplace and the outdoor areas.

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A dining room designed to impress

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

With its vaulted, white oak ceilings and soaring fireplace, the dining room is dressed to impress — or rather, designed to impress — and can host lavish and intimate dinner parties alike.

A bedroom retreat with vaulted ceilings

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

The same vaulted ceilings add a note of glamour to the bright main bedroom upstairs, which also features a gas fireplace and a showstopping bathroom.

A bathroom to match

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

In typical Roth fashion, the bathroom is a treat for the eyes, featuring marble countertops, sleek dual vanities, and a vintage soaking tub.

It even has a hidden “speakeasy” room

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

Another standout feature of Jasmine Roth’s house is the hidden “speakeasy” room — tuck behind a bookcase in the bonus room & bar — which opens up to the backyard.

Cozy nooks & spaces everywhere

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

The skilled designer and builder — famous for her HGTV shows Hidden Potential and HELP! I Wrecked My House, and for helping the Property Brother revamp the Brady Bunch house on A Very Brady Renovation — put every inch of the house to good use, with nooks and corners all around the house adding a note of style and function to the 5-bedroom abode.

Roth Homestead has a rooftop deck

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

The rooftop of the house didn’t go unused either, with Jasmine using this space to create a welcoming roof deck perfect for entertaining guests — and taking in the view.

As well as a pool and spa

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

Heading downstairs and out into the backyard, we find more space to entertain and relax, including a pool, spa, and a Lynx BBQ. There’s also a 5.5 car garage for guests to park their rides.

And plenty of indoor/outdoor living features

Photo credit: Michael Radford / Compass

In line with Jasmine Roth’s signature style, the house gets the indoor/outdoor living experience just right. However, we can’t help but wonder if this style is equally popular (and easy to replicate in Utah), where the home builder is headed.

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With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded