Chip and Joanna Gaines remodeled countless houses over five glorious seasons of "Fixer Upper," but none are more beautiful than this Waco, Texas ranch house built in 1963 and revamped by the superstar couple.
In true Gaines fashion, the home features a chic farmhouse style and an open floor plan. And 4,235-square-foot four-bedroom, four-bedroom house offers plenty of space for a large family. The house is listed for $739,900 by Camille Johnson Realtors.
The house at 2419 Arroyo Road (in North Waco) was dubbed the "Asian Ranch" on season two of the hit HGTV show. According to the listing, the house "has continued to be updated and loved since appearing on the show." The house features a formal living room, a family room, formal dining area, a beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a master suite with double vanities, a walk-in shower and a freestanding bathtub and more.
See photos of the stunning Texas dream home below. For more information on the house, visit here.
Chip and Joanna Gaines recently announced that they'll launch their own multiplatform media company in 2020. The company is a joint venture between HGTV's parent company Discovery Inc. and Chip and Joanna's home and lifestyle brand, Magnolia. The DIY Network will be rebranded as the Gaines' yet-to-be-named network, which will focus on inspiration, lifestyles and design.
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