You could be the next owner of a house renovated by Chip and Joanna Gaines.
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A home that the couple renovated in Waco, Texas, on the first season of their HGTV series “Fixer Upper" — called the Mailander House — is now on the market. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom house is selling for $550,000, according to the listing with Turner Behringer Real Estate.
The Mailander House is 1,516 square feet and only one story. It has been on the market since Dec. 30, according to the listing.
Though Chip and Joanna Gaines renovated the house in 2014 — or at least that’s when the episode first aired — the Mailander House was actually built in 1910.
In addition to its two fireplaces, the home features tile and wood flooring, a kitchen island, a deck, a patio and a detatched garage, according to the real estate listing.
The house is also a “very successful, licensed and turn-key VRBO” with full furnishings and reservations throughout the year, the listing says.
The house is currently listed for $267 per night on VRBO and $263 per night on Airbnb.
The Airbnb listing also notes the house has “many, many windows with lots of interior light,” which “makes one feel like you are outdoors.” There are also three large porches to watch the sunrise and sunset from.
Fans of "Fixer Upper" might be swayed by one last detail, too: The house just under a mile and a half from Magnolia Market Silos, the Gaines’ shopping complex in downtown Waco, according to the Airbnb listing.