This Adorable Cottage From Fixer Upper Is on the Market Right Now—And It’s a Total Steal
Peek inside this charming 2-bedroom home, decorated in Joanna Gaines’ signature style.
Just one week after this cute cottage was featured on the January 9 episode of Fixer Upper, the renovated Waco, Texas home is already for sale and listed on Magnolia Realty. According to People, when the reveal episode was filmed last March, the homeowner and widowed mom of two grown sons, Patti Baker, thought she was moving into her forever home. But just months after the filming, she reconnected with an old family friend, Pastor Joe Finfrock, who ended up popping the question on their very first date during a tour of the home (on a couch picked out by Joanna, no less). While the big life change means Baker will be saying goodbye to the Waco home to move in with her new husband, it also means that this beautiful cottage is now up for grabs.
Currently listed for $349,900, the two-bedroom, one and a half-bathroom house is decorated in Joanna Gaines’ classic farmhouse style. Take a look at all of the rustic details, reclaimed wood, and stunning tile choices in the mini tour below.
A Sweet First Impression
The entrance to the home features an adorable front porch, with enough room for a rocking chair and a porch swing. It's the perfect spot to survey your new Waco, Texas neighborhood.
A Country Kitchen
The large wooden island, rustic shutters, and woven storage baskets give this room a warm, lived-in vibe, even though it was freshly renovated. But the true standout in this space is the blue patterned tile that forms the backsplash that wraps around the room.
Dramatic Dining Room
One of the only touches of shiplap in the entire home is found in the dining room—but it makes a bold statement. Painted in a daring shade of black and topped off with a high shelf for plants and knick-knacks, the wall behind the dining table is one of the most eye-catching features in the home.
An Ultra-Organized Laundry Room
While most laundry rooms are an afterthought, this one fits seamlessly into the home’s design. A wooden cabinet hides the washer and dryer duo, while extra cabinets stash laundry baskets and supplies out of sight. Imagine doing a load of laundry in this impeccably designed space.