If you’ve always dreamed of owning a home designed by Fixer Upper’s Chip and Joanna Gaines, your dreams are about to come true. Chip and Joanna are selling the first home they flipped since the HGTV show ended. If you buy this home, you’ll be able to brag to all your friends about the fact that Chip and Joanna designed your home.
Here’s a look inside the adorable home the Fixer Upper couple is selling. You won’t believe the price.
Your new home
Could this be your new home? Chip and Joanna’s first home flip since the show ended was listed through their company, Magnolia Realty. The home is located in Woodway, Texas, and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The single-family home was built in 1978 and is roughly 2,500 square feet. It comes with a two-car garage, a utility room, and a patio.
Next: A comfy spot
A home just isn’t complete without a breakfast nook. Who wouldn’t want a cozy kitchen space to start the day? This home has the perfect spot carved out with a breakfast nook designed by Chip and Joanna. The nook even comes with generous storage space above the seating area. There are also large windows, so you can look at the gorgeous scenery as you sip your morning beverage.
Next: Dine in style.
A welcoming kitchen
The beautiful open kitchen is large enough for a big family dinner or a get-together with friends. This area features new appliances and new wood flooring. The kitchen also features two ovens, a dishwasher, new lighting, new brass fixtures, and subway tiles. In addition, the space is filled with plenty of natural light. You’ll want to cook in this kitchen every night.
Next: Don’t forget about this room.
Don’t forget the dining room
While breakfast nooks and large kitchens are inviting, let’s not forget about the home’s beautiful dining room. It’s bright and open, and even features some built-in shelves and cabinets. Like the rest of the house, it’s simple and clean, but it also has dark walls to help define the space.
Next: This is the ultimate space for a cold day.
Check out this living room
You’ll want to spend lots of time here on a cold day. The living room comes with a concrete fireplace and a vaulted ceiling with a wooden beam. There is also a space where family and guests can enjoy a quick snack or beverage. In addition, the living room features french doors that lead out into the patio. Furthermore, you’ll see Magnolia Home paint on the walls throughout the home.
Next: You’ll sleep well in these stylish bedrooms.
The gorgeous master bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s also a stylish master bathroom complete with a barn door and new tiles. The bathroom is well lit with recessed lighting as well as additional lights around the mirror. If you have a ton of clothes, you’ll fall head over heels for the walk-in closet. There’s plenty of space for clothing, shoes, bags, and whatever else you might need to store.
Next: You’ll love the price.
This cute little home can be yours for a bargain. It was listed for $359,000. The neighborhood’s median listing price is slightly lower at $289,000, according to Realtor.com. If you decide to pass on this home, other nearby Texas neighborhoods to consider are Montainview, Landon Branch, Parkdale Viking Hills, and Austin Avenue. If you’re looking for a bargain, Parkdale Viking Hills is your best bet, with a median listing price of $162,500.
Next: This is how much other Fixer Upper homes are selling for.
What other Fixer Upper homes are going for
This home is a steal compared to the list price of other homes designed by Chip and Joanna. For example, they updated a 1,050-square-foot shotgun house back in 2015 for Fixer Upper’s third season. The homeowners originally purchased the house for an unbelievably low price of $28,000. After Chip and Joanna worked their magic, the couple was able to list the home for almost $1 million.
Next: Will this be your life?
What life might be like if you buy this home
If you purchase a home designed by Chip and Joanna Gaines be prepared for a lot of attention. Homeowner Kristi Bass had her 2,700-square-foot home in Lacy Lakeview, Texas, transformed by the couple. In 2017, she decided to rent the home (dubbed the “bardominium” by Chip and Joanna) through HomeAway but had to suspend her efforts after neighbors complained about the tourists that would visit the popular property.
Additional reporting by Eric McWhinnie.
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