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The breakfast nook off the kitchen has been opened to the remainder of the home, letting in light.
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Newly remodeled master bathroom
The very first thing they did was open the main living area, so today dining area, the living room, living space, and kitchen are available to one another. Windows on either side allow natural light to pour into.
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Of course the powder room, all en suite, and the three bedrooms were all freshened up too.

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With funds in the team that is ready for the renovation managed to “completely transform” the house constructed in 1963.

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Red-brick fireplace was painted white.

Open breakfast nook
Along with the Gaineses’ signature sliding barn doors were added to separate the main living space from the kitchen area, for if a privacy is necessary.
Utility space, mudroom, the game room, and computer nook were upgraded.
Backyard

Another highlight is that the stunning antique door Joanna refinished and dug up –it opens to the butler pantry. According to Joanna, the kitchen update was the most ambitious part of the full job, and cost of $40,000.

Upgraded kitchen

Recessed lighting and chic chandeliers have been added.
To add a finishing touch, the back and front landscaping has been completely reworked, with care taken to preserve and highlight the pine trees. There was A inviting porch added to the front of the home.

The kitchen was spacious to begin with, so it was upgraded by Joanna by muted grey, using white and softening the colour palette. She also added a huge center island and custom cabinetry with granite countertops that were white. As were stainless-steel appliances, including a gas range, double ovens, and also microwave, a sink and A fairly tile backsplash were added.

Front outside

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Can a “Fixer Upper” renovation from Processor and Joanna Gaines almost triple the value of a home? We’re going to learn, as the “Asian Ranch”-turned-French country farmhouse from Season 2 just landed
available on the market for $739,900.
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In Episode 13 of this show’s second season, Chip discovered the Reed household a 4,235-square-foot ranch in Waco, TX, for $262,200. Since the family ’ s property funding was roughly $450,000, that abandoned Jo and Chip with a “ generous ” renovation budget of about $190,000.

Ugly ceiling lamps were replaced with brand new recessed lighting and chandeliers.

The master bath was gutted by the team and gave it a new footprint. Joanna added pedestal tub, a stand-up shower , enclosed toilet room, and adjoining walk-in closet.

Sliding barn doors shut off the kitchen.
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The old carpeting all ripped out and installed wide-plank wood floors in the principal rooms. Terrible, old ceiling lamps were replaced with brand-new, recessed lighting and chic chandeliers.

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So will a fabulous remodel by TV’s beloved reno couple bring their asking price of $739,900, or about $175 per square foot to the current owners? A home in the area’s median listing price is. But this home is blessed with all the Magnolia Midas touch. We’ll stay tuned to see whether it pays off!
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The master bedroom also had rather the transformation. Chip went repositioning and expanding the windows. ”
Watch: This Gorgeous New Farmhouse by Chip and Jo Gaines Is No ‘Fixer Upper’
The first red-brick fireplace obtained a mantel and was painted white.
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