Here’s your chance to stay in a "Fixer Upper" original without actually having to buy a place in Waco, Texas!
One of the homes featured on Season 3 of the popular HGTV show is now listed on HomeAway.com for rent, and it’s got plenty of space for your whole crew (and then some!).
The “Barndominium,” as it was dubbed by host Chip Gaines on the episode, is a 2,700 square-foot luxury home that used to be a service building and working barn. On her blog, Joanna Gaines wrote that it was one of their most unique and maybe even favorite renovations to date.
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The couple completely transformed the attic apartment and downstairs horse stalls into a contemporary living space, adding a modern indoor staircase, hardwood floors, large windows and, of course, shiplap.
Now a five-bedroom two-bath home, the barn features a stunning grand dining hall that seats 20, making it perfect for large groups such as family reunions, friend getaways and special gatherings.
From cozy sitting areas with neutral decor and brown leather furniture to a stainless-steel appliance kitchen with a large island for friends and family to gather around, the place feels conducive to entertaining.
There’s even an outdoor balcony with a gas grill perfect for a good ol’ summer barbecue. Also outside are sweeping views of the 16-acre private land covered in Oak trees, a private pond and native wildflowers, according to the listing.
Amenities include fishing equipment for the bass-filled lake next to the property, kayaks, bikes, hammocks and outdoor games.
And for serious "Fixer Upper" fans, another selling point is that it’s about 10 miles from Magnolia Market at The Silos where you can pick up some souvenirs and enjoy lawn games and food trucks.
Since the property hasn’t been occupied full-time after the show’s renovation, it remains almost identical to what was seen on air — Joanna Gaines’s special touches such as the Lego Wall in the twin bedroom are still in tact.
Interested in experiencing a Chip and Joanna original? The average price for a night is about $1,166. Check out the full listing on HomeAway.com for more details or to book!