If you’ve ever harbored the dream of residing in a home crafted by the renowned duo Chip and Joanna Gaines, here’s an extraordinary opportunity you won’t want to miss!
HGTV’s beloved stars have recently placed their iconic Magnolia House on the market for $995,000. Nestled in McGregor, Texas, this extraordinary Fixer Upper boasts seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, and encompasses a generous 2,868 square feet. The Gaineses, who are synonymous with remarkable home transformations, entrusted the listing of this property to Amanda Nesbitt of Magnolia Realty, based in their hometown of Waco, Texas. A compelling description of the home invites prospective buyers to “embrace the idyllic charm of small-town living in this McGregor treasure, renovated and designed by Chip and Joanna Gaines.”
This captivating residence, classified as a detached dwelling, comprises two meticulously updated homes, currently operating as vacation rentals. According to Magnolia Realty, the listing effortlessly melds the timeless appeal of historic architecture with the luxurious comforts of contemporary living.
For avid followers of the Gaineses’ journey, the Magnolia House is likely a familiar sight. The property served as a prominent backdrop throughout the third season of HGTV’s immensely popular series, Fixer Upper. Viewers had the privilege of witnessing the couple’s visionary craftsmanship as they undertook the task of renovating this charming home, originally constructed in 1880.
The chance to own a piece of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ legacy is indeed an exciting prospect, and for those with an affinity for both historical character and modern luxury, this listing offers a truly unique and captivating opportunity. Don’t miss your chance to make this McGregor treasure your very own!
This fenced-in property boasts well-maintained landscaping, a detached garage, shiplapped walls, and exquisite hardwood floors throughout.
If you’re not quite ready to commit to home ownership but have a desire to experience the Magnolia House, the Gaineses have thoughtfully listed it on Airbnb for short and long-term rentals. Guests have the opportunity to rent the entire residence rather than individual rooms, with prices starting at $875 per night. Impressively, 95 percent of recent guests have awarded the self check-in process a perfect 5-star rating.
The Airbnb listing warmly invites you to “take time to be refreshed and inspired with those you love in this historic home, renovated, designed, and owned by Chip and Joanna Gaines.” It goes on to describe the house as “filled with original character and a welcoming ambiance, serving as a beautiful backdrop for your restful getaway.”
Aside from the delight of staying in the renowned house, which includes an inviting “upstairs coffee nook for your morning brew,” renters can relish some added bonuses.
Included in your stay is a delightful assortment of cupcakes from the Silos Baking Co., along with a generous 25 percent discount card to use at Magnolia Market. But the perks don’t stop there. Guests looking for a special night out can simplify the process with a pre-made reservation at the esteemed Magnolia Table restaurant. Joanna expressed her desire for guests to savor the complete Magnolia experience during their stay in a post on her website. Such was the demand that reservations for availability between January and July 2017 were fully booked within an hour of the announcement.
However, the Gaines family has another enticing property to offer.
Located in their hometown of Waco, Hotel 1928 has undergone a comprehensive renovation and redesign courtesy of the beloved HGTV fan favorites. Previously known as the Grand Karem Shrine Building, this property is set to host its grand opening on November 1st.
The Gaines’ hotel is conveniently located just six blocks away from the Magnolia House. With 33 charming rooms to choose from, the property is already available for booking and features three on-site dining options for the convenience of its guests.
Fans eager to witness the transformation process of the Gaines’ new venture can look forward to the premiere of “Fixer Upper: The Hotel” in November on the Magnolia Network, providing an inside look at this exciting project.