Not to be confused with the Little Shop on Bosque (AKA the very first Magnolia store), the 2,889-square-foot Country Farmhouse from season 1 of Fixer Upper, located at , is officially on the market.
This single-family farmhouse — which has more of a rustic vibe than the recently listed Faceless Bunker from the show's second season — sits on a plot of land that's a little more removed from the bustle and noise of downtown Waco. With key features including barn doors and exposed wooden beams, this home has all of the trademarks of a Chip and Joanna Gaines project.
Originally purchased in 2014 byfor $197,000, , "Chip and Jo proceeded to spend close to $48,000 on the renovation. When all was said and done, Chip estimated the new resale value for the home to be around $305,000. But that was four long years ago."
Now, the home is listed at $485,000 and it's hard to say whether it'll last long — my guess? Put your offers in ASAP. Here are some of the best features of the home:
Need I point out the inviting front porch is shaded by oak trees? It's the perfect place to sit and read with a glass of wine.
But also, look at that ceiling. 😍
A bright kitchen certainly makes the space feel bigger.
According to , on the Country Farmhouse episode of Fixer Upper, Chip said that "Relatively little of the original wood had to be replaced."
Plus, there are four of them. Perfect for a family — or people who tend to have company over. A lot.
I can almost hear the birds chirping. Can you imagine acres of peace and quiet?