Attention, Fixer Upper fans: The remodeled "faceless bunker" house from season two is now on the market for $1.15 million, up from $349,900 before the makeover, Realtor.com reports. The Waco, Texas, home measures 4113 square feet and features four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, a spacious kitchen and living room, game room (added by Chip and Jo), and stunning views of Lake Waco.
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Though the price jump may seem steep, Chip and Joanna truly transformed the home from the inside out. The two first tackled the exterior, removing the brick and adding new siding, a faux balcony, and new windows before adding a coat of white paint. They also replaced and repainted the front door, framing it with all new landscaping to create a "tropical feel."
Inside, the Fixer Upper stars started by rearranging the entire layout and orientation of the home to open it up a bit. They installed a new stairwell with iron railings, French doors and windows, bamboo flooring, and refaced the fireplace with black tile. Next, they relocated the kitchen entirely, adding new windows, cabinets, countertops, an island, shelves, walk-in pantry, and state-of-the-art appliances. They also refreshed all of the four bedrooms and bathrooms, and finally, added a game room for the kids. Step inside the Waco, Texas home with the signature Fixer Upper touch below.