Take a look inside to see why this one-bedroom home, as seen on Fixer Upper, is listed for such a steep price.

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Old Shotgun home interior
Credit: Jennifer Roberts, Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

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.