Mailander House

The ‘Mailander House’ from ‘Fixer Upper’ Just Hit the Market

Want to live out your dreams in one of the famous renovated homes from Fixer Upper? Here's your chance.

During the beloved HGTV show's first season, Chip and Joanna Gaines breathed new life into a stunning 1910 home. The Mailander House has all the design elements you'd expect from a Fixer Upper project, and now you can enjoy it all firsthand. The home has been available to rent via Airbnb for months, and its quickly become one of the most popular spots to stay in Waco.

Now, the home has hit the market for just $350,000. Let's take a look inside!

The stunning renovated fireplace and added cabinets make this living room incredibly cozy.

The charming dining room has plenty of old school charm, including beautiful wood and wicker chairs and a lovely hutch.

The kitchen has all the modern amenities you'd ever need. And can we talk about that farm sink?

The cozy master bedroom is the perfect place to get some rest after a day of exploring the town.

The vintage fireplace makes it feel extra warm and homey.

In the bathroom, subway tile and shiplap make it clear that you're in a Fixer Upper home.

The back deck is also a great spot to read a book or just soak in the scenery.

While the house awaits a new owner, you can rent the Mailander House for $250 a night. But you'll definitely want to book ahead. It's one of the few Fixer Upper properties still available to rent.

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Chip and Joanna recently said they weren't a fan of homeowners renting out their previous projects. But with thousands flocking to Waco to visit the Gaines' Magnolia Market at the Silos, chances are that the demand for rentals will only go up, making this a great rental property opportunity.

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