This Connecticut House from Season 10 of ‘Property Brothers’ Is for Sale
Pretty soon, a real estate-lovin’, HGTV-obsessed home-seeker’s dream will become a reality, that is, if they’re also prepared to drop a cool million plus on one of the Property Brothers’ family dream homes.
During the show’s 10th season, twin renovators extraordinaire Drew and Jonathan Scott worked their magic on Dave and Lizzy Jensen’s Connecticut ranch-style house, and now the revamped residence is on the market with a $1,039,000 million asking price.
The Jensens purchased the four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home in 2016 for $890,000. Originally built in 1955, the 2,902 square-foot property underwent the Property Brothers transformation in 2016 on an episode titled “Delivering a Dream Home Just in Time,” in reference to the couple’s soon-to-be born fourth child.
It’s a relative bargain for the pricey area—and considering the place’s pedigree—we won’t be surprised if it sells quickly,” Realtor.com’s celebrity real estate expert, Erik Guther, says.
Inside, the open floor plan came as a result of the Property Brothers removing interior walls, thereby centering and connecting the family room, dining area and kitchen. Lending a spacious, inviting atmosphere to the family area are the large windows and vaulted ceilings. The kitchen is another area in which the Pro Bros’ handiwork shines through, as the glass and hardwood features, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, an island and brushed brass accents were all added during the 2016 upgrade. Additionally, the mudroom/laundry room makeovers came from the renovation, leaving them with a fresher more illuminated appearance.
Among the home’s four bedrooms are a master suite with bath, a kid’s room, a nursery and a room outfitted with bunks that sleeps four.
The home sits on 1.38-acre lot that has plenty of areas for lounging, eating and frolicking. The space features a fit pit with seats, a dining terrace and a playground area.
We’re not sure whether purchasing this marvelous property falls under the Property Brothers’ definition of self-care, but based on how warm and comfortable the home looks, the future owners would likely say so.