Here's your chance to snag a piece of Fixer Upper history. Known as the "Faceless Bunker" on season two of the HGTV show, the four bed, three and a half bath home was absolutely transformed by Chip and Joanna Gaines. Now, it's hit the market for a whopping $1.15 million. Quite a difference from the $349,000 it was last sold for in 2014, according to realtor.com.
You may recall that the Faceless Bunker, a colorless block with bricks in the front that was originally built in 1976. Revamped to embrace a "modern beach home" vibe, the renovated property has stunning views from every floor overlooking the greenbelt of Lake Waco.
Located on 1.9 rolling acres, the property measures 4113 square feet, and has a spacious front yard filled with mature trees and lush foliage. Inside, large open-air rooms with hardwood floor throughout stream in the Texas sunshine and provide gathering places for the whole family. A black-tile fireplace serves as a focal point in the living room, which easily opens out to the backyard. A spacious open kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances and plenty of counter space, ideal for any busy group.
Step up the architectural wood stairs with iron railings and cables to the second level, and head to the large master suite, which has a luxurious bathroom with a deep soaking tub, a glass enclosed shower, and plenty of storage. A large balcony offers the perfect spot to catch stunning views of the treetops and lake. Outside a sunny deck and covered patio area are perfect for backyard barbecues, while the flat, grassy backyard is the ultimate spot to catch some sun.
If you want more info about the home, head to its website at—what else— www.facelessbunker.com.
Listing photos by Danielle Fleming of Sold in a Snap Photography.