Taking to Instagram and Twitter, Stone shared several photos of an idyllic scene, saying, “We want to make wine, grow trees and have farm animals! Very exited!!!!
“I also have things in store for you all. Stay tuned…”
Photos show a sprawling estate suitable for any foodie, with established trees, rolling green hills, a vineyard and a quaint farmhouse with a separate building surrounded by wine barrels.
Stone and Price are genuinely staring at the moon, laying all smiles together. In another photo, Stone is with the couple’s two sons, Hudson and Emerson, looking happy outside their new vineyard.
The charming property even has its own oversized swing, which Price can be seen sitting on in another image.
Stone also beams as she poses at the service window of what appears to be her very own wine cellar.
Price cheekily commented on Stone’s Instagram, asking “and by animals, you mean my own horse, right?!!!” – hinting that the property has capacity for stables and possibly a riding school.
Stone is known in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States as a chef, television host, entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author and restaurateur.
Stone is currently the chef-owner of Maude and Gwen restaurants in Los Angeles, named after his grandmothers – one of whom he credits with fueling his passion for food from an early age, when that he watched her do to him”fudge legendary“as a little boy.
He appeared on The Celebrity Apprentice, Iron Chef America, Masters of great chefs, Take-out chef, Rules of my restaurant, The biggest loserand various Food Network shows, to name a few.
He also signed an exclusive contract with NBC, lend your name to a cutlery brandand has been the fresh food and recipe ambassador for Coles Supermarkets for over a decade.
As for their existing home, Stone and Price bought a charming mansion in the bucolic (and very expensive) neighborhood of Mandeville Canyon in 2018, according to Dirt.
They reportedly used a blind trust to pay US$7.875 million ($10.6 million) for the property in the celebrity-favored enclave.
the Ken Ungar designed traditional has five beds, 5.5 baths and features hardwoods, coffered ceilings, a pitched roofline and a light and bright interior palette.
Of course, there’s a pool and a gorgeous backyard to boot.