Take a look inside to see why this one-bedroom home, as seen on Fixer Upper, is listed for such a steep price.
You may have remembered watching Chip and Joanna renovate this Old Shotgun home on season three of Fixer Upper and thought, “Who could live a home that small?” It turns out that a lot of people do now that it just hit the market. The price? Just a casual $950,000.
The 1,050-square-foot home located in the home base of the Gaines family, Waco, seems bigger than it is thanks to the 25-foot vaulted ceiling and of course, the Magnolia touch. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that it’s in a prime location. Not only is it right by the highway from Baylor University’s McLane Stadium, it’s also just a short walk to Magnolia Market at the Silos.
Previously, this home has been on the market as a short-term rental—and it’s brought in a ton of money already—we’re talking $40,000 this year alone through Airbnb and other short-term renting sites. Based on its previous track record, it’s safe to say there will be no problem selling this property, despite its small size. With a Dutch front door, Old Chicago Bricks, an adorable turquoise Smeg fridge, and naturally, farmhouse sinks, what’s not to love?
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Just imagine—with this home you could truly immerse yourself in a day in the life of Chip and Joanna Gaines.