You Can Now Stay In These Homes Renovated by Chip and Joanna Gaines on “Fixer Upper”

published Jul 24, 2021
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Calling all “Fixer Upper” fans! If you’re currently planning your latest summer getaway, look no further. All Chip and Joanna Gaines fans know that Waco, Texas is a must-visit destination if you’re looking to experience some Gaines magic, from browsing the magnificent Magnolia Market to grabbing a bite to eat at Magnolia Table. Now, thanks to Vrbo, you can now stay in one of the homes renovated by Chip and Joanna themselves.

The homes were all featured on the show and many are located in or around the Waco area and are available to book for your next trip. So, without further ado, here are the beautiful “Fixer Upper” properties you can now rent.

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The Mid-Century Modern Home

The “Mid-Century Modern Home” was featured in season two of “Fixer Upper”. Boasting four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a state-of-the-art kitchen, according to the listing, the stunning home fits 10-12 people. With fantastic views of the surrounding woods, the property is around 10-15 minutes from downtown Waco’s thriving shopping and restaurant scene.

Rent now: $275 avg/night.

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The German Schmear House

Tucked away on a quaint street in Central Waco, season three’s “German Schmear House” has a great open floor plan, perfect for families or large groups who want to entertain. Nearby, there are the essentials like Target, Starbucks, and of course, Magnolia Silos!

Rent now: $300 avg/night.

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The Bachelor Pad Home

With three guest rooms, one primary bedroom, and three full bathrooms, the “Bachelor Pad Home”, which was featured on season three of “Fixer Upper”, sleeps 10, according to the listing. There’s also an open-plan living room, a kitchen with two islands, a dining room, and a large TV room that makes it perfect for a chilled weekend away with family and friends.

Rent now: $300 avg/night.

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The Little House on the Prairie

As seen in season two, the “Little House on the Prairie” is as charming as it sounds. As seen on season two, episode one, the 1600 sq. ft space was transformed by Chip and Joanna into a farmhouse-style home that has preserved its original hardwood floors, walls, and ceiling. With three bedrooms, one bathroom, and a central location, the super cute home can host up to eight guests.

Rent now: $269 avg/night.

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The Morrow House

This historical home, which was built in 1886, was featured on season five of the show. Although it was ultimately not renovated by the Gaines, it was toured by them as a possible selection on the first episode of the last season of the series. “The excitement for the home was captured best when Joanna Gaines said “I feel like a dog with a T-bone steak, I am like please give ME the T-bone steak!”,” the listing reads.

With three bed and bathrooms, a large modern kitchen, and a gorgeous outdoor patio, the inviting home hosts up to eight guests.

Rent now: $348 avg/night.

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The Gorman House

Dubbed as the “Catastrophe Home” while getting renovated on the show, Chip and Joanna transformed it into a stunning green-colored home. Accommodating up to 12 guests, the home features a spacious kitchen, six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a wrap-around porch.

Rent now: $580 avg/night.

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The Infamous Barndominum

Season three saw the renovation of a horse barn into a stylish modern home for the Meek family, a space that is now known as a barndominum. Located in Lacy Lakeview, the luxurious five-bedroom barn boasts a neutral color palette, rustic accents, and stylish furniture, giving it the ultimate lived-in, cozy feel.

Rent now: $699 avg/night.

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The Three Little Pigs House

Ten minutes from the Silos, this cozy four-bedroom home perfectly showcases Joanna’s trademark style. The home features dark hardwood floors and a moody color palette throughout, with plenty of bold accessories and ambient lighting. Sleeping up to eight, it’s the ideal property for a family getaway.

Rent now: $296 avg/night.

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The Brick House

As seen on season three, episode two, this adorable four-bedroom home was built in 1927 and still features some of its original charms, including the kitchen’s exposed brick, hardwood floors, and shiplap.

Rent now: $200 avg/night.