Once a working barn, this “barndominium” was transformed from an attic apartment with horse stalls to a 2,700-square-foot home. The one-of-a-kind house, which was featured in season three, includes five bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a large dining hall, and an outdoor balcony.
Rate: $1,277 (average rate), homeaway.com.
Featured in the first ever episode of the show, this house has five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and a dreamy wraparound porch. The owner also makes it available to rent for kids’ and wedding parties.
Rate: $321 per night (average rate), vrbo.com.
Built in 1910, this house was showcased in the show’s first season and features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. Bike rentals are included for the guests.
Rate: $252 per night (average rate), vrbo.com.
Midcentury Modern House
We’re not used to seeing midcentury modern style in the design duo’s home, but they transformed this three-bedroom, two-bathroom house into a sleek and sophisticated home. Guests are even treated to a welcome basket when they first arrive. It was featured in season two.
Rate: $257 (average rate), vrbo.com.