Influencer couple Chloe Szepanowski and Mitchell Orval celebrated Valentine’s Day and their six-year anniversary on Monday.Chloe, 23, shared a photo to Instagram of her boyfriend, 25, cooking the couple a romantic dinner at home.
She also posted another image of herself and Mitchell posing in a backyard pool, alongside the caption: ‘Six years with you.’It comes after Chloe and Mitchell sold their Gold Coast home three weeks before it was scheduled to go to auction.
The five-bedroom Broadbeach .Waters property was set to go under the hammer on March 5, but Chloe announced on Friday afternoon it had sold to a mystery buyer.It’s unclear who bought the 267 Monaco Street address or how much they paid for it, but Chloe and Mitch had purchased the house just 12 months ago for $1.85million.
Chloe, 23, confirmed the news by sharing a photo on Instagram of herself and property agent Mitch Lambert slapping a ‘sold’ sticker on the ‘for sale’ sign.Mitchell, 25, watched on while carrying the couple’s one-year-old son Arti.
It comes after Chloe and Mitchell sold their Gold Coast home three weeks before it was scheduled to go to auctionThe popular YouTuber also confirmed he and Chloe were looking for a new house together on the Coast.He revealed his pride and joy was the home cinema formerly an unused carport which he renovated and fitted out with reclining chairs and rows of candy shelves.
He said Chloe and Mitchell extensively renovated the property while living there.The two-storey house has five bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, four bathrooms and six toilets.Entertaining guests is a breeze with spacious living areas, a gourmet kitchen with stone benchtops, and a sun-drenched outdoor area.From the loungeroom, French-style panelled doors open out to a poolside pavilion.
There is also a large balcony off the upstairs master suite, while another bedroom boasts views of the nearby park and skyline.‘It’s a beautiful home in a very tightly-held enclave,’ Mr Lambert said.Chloe has made headlines several times over the last year, mostly due to her controversial stance on Covid-19 vaccination.