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These Texas Homes Featured on "Fixer Upper" Are For Sale, Let's Take a Tour


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Buying a house in this market isn't always feasible, but you can dream. So dream big and set your sights on these two Texas homes that were featured on Fixer Upper. Agent Jennifer Roberts with Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty has two listings that will have you wishing you could call them home.
  • Carol Embry / Picture It Sold
Firstly, the renowned Barndominium, in Lacy Lakeview, is the perfect mixture of country-living and sleek sophistication. While the exterior looks like a barn, the interior is completely renovated to offer modern digs. This home includes 5 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, a living room, "dining hall," den, large kitchen, breakfast area and an exterior balcony. There you'll be able to find a gas grill and a view of 16 acres of land perfect for exploring. There's even a lake nearby that's a convenient spot for fishing. Best of all, the furniture and decor selected by Joanna Gaines comes along with the house.

  • Carol Embry with Picture It Sold
Meanwhile, the Shotgun House is a prime find in Waco. Within walking distance to local restaurants and shops, this $950k house is across the highway from Baylor University's McLane Stadium. Whether you're a proud alum or not, you'll find it hard not to fall in love with the Dutch front door and 25' vaulted ceilings. There's also a Bevolo gas light on the porch and a brick pad for outdoor seating right in front of a branded sugar kettle fire-pit, perfect for summer nights. Old Chicago Bricks are constant throughout the property, covering the skirt of the house as well as the front and back steps. In the kitchen you'll find honed granite counter tops, a turquoise Smeg refrigerator (for a retro look) and double sinks. The bathroom features countertops poured from concrete, a tankless water heater, farmhouse sink and original long leaf pine wood floors.

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