Fixer Upper fans, if you've been facing serious Chip and Joanna Gaines withdrawals, and 2020 is just too long to wait for more of their work in your life, good news: You can now own one of the sacred Waco homes yourself—for a price.
The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath "Asian Ranch" turned French Country Farmhouse home from season two of Fixer Upper has landed on the market—and the asking price is triple what the home originally went for on the show. It's pretty understandable, based on the insane exterior and interior transformations the home went through thanks to Chip and Jo back in 2015.
The Waco, Texas home was first purchased for $262,200 by the Reed family on the HGTV show, way under their original budget of $450,000—leaving Chip and Jo with quite the generous reno budget. Some of the most significant changes to the home that the pair did was knock down all the walls, creating an open concept, adding in huge windows to let in tons of natural light, and turning the kitchen from grunge to gourmet.
Not only did the interior of the home get a makeover, but the outside too—the backyard was completed with beautiful landscaping, a gorgeous patio, and a swing set kids of all ages will love.
The home has continued to be renovated over the years, and is now on the market for a whopping $740k.
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