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Guy Fieri Has a Great Home — Take a Look inside the Chef's Santa Rosa Estate

Monica Otayza
Apr 23, 2021
03:40 A.M.
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When he's not on "Food Network" or filming content for his cooking shows, Guy Fieri is at home in his cozy Santa Rosa, California estate. Take a look at the gorgeous property where he lives with his family. 


Guy Fieri is a busy man, often working hard on his hit TV shows. However, at the need of the day, he is a family man who enjoys spending time with his wife Lori and their two sons, Hunter and Ryder. 

They reside in a 6000-square-foot home in the Santa Rosa area of Sonoma County, which the chef purchased back in 1996. The mansion boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and of course, a 1000-square-feet kitchen, fitting for the celebrity chef. 

Guy Fieri attends the 2017 Taco Bell Skills Challenge at Smoothie King Center on February 18, 2017 in New Orleans, Louisiana. | Photo: Getty Images


According to Fieri, when he purchased the home over 20 years ago, it was a dump. Instead of demolishing it all together, he re-painted every surface and changed the flooring. 

Springing from his love for his children, he created the Guy Fieri Cooking With Kids Foundation.


After the renovation, the house ended up looking the exact way he envisioned it. In true Fieri fashion, he once revealed that the kitchen is the "heart" of their home.

"Whenever I'm home, I plan the menu and cook. I'm big on quinoa, farro, and fresh vegetables." 


Aside from cooking hearty meals there, he and his family enjoy spending time there, and it's also where his two sons do their homework. When they are not in the kitchen, they're outdoors, where there's a pool, a basketball court, and a trampoline. 

Springing from his love for his children, he created the Guy Fieri Cooking With Kids Foundation. His foundation hopes to inspire children to start cooking at an early age, and he's created videos and mentored children of all ages in terms of cooking. 


The TV personality hopes for parents to teach their children how to cook, as it would be beneficial for them in the future. In fact, he approached the California State Legislature with a bill to declare each Saturday in May "Cook With Kids Day." 

The bill was passed, and those at the legislature announced that every Sunday is "Cooking With Kids Day." He advised parents to let children help with the "sensational" moments, such as stirring, cutting, etc.


Fieri also decided to highlight struggling restaurant owners amid the COVID-19 pandemic on top of doing something for the kids. He created a documentary called "Restaurant Hustle 2020: All On The Line," where he highlighted the challenges faced by the industry. 

It will be a long journey before restaurants can recover from the effects of the pandemic, and the "Food Network" star was eager to help. He created a Restaurant Employee Relief Fund and has raised over $20 million to help those who are out of jobs amid the current situation.


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