The multitalented power couple Chip and Joanna Gaines have the Midas touch—and they’ve struck again. Featured on “Fixer Upper,” the Baker House is back on the market and racking up clicks like crazy.
It’s listed for $359,500, and it’s this week’s most popular home on realtor.com®.
Magnolia Nation first fell in love with the house when Chip and Joanna gave it a makeover during the final season of their HGTV hit show.
It came on the market in 2018, shortly after an episode about its renovation appeared on the show. Still filled with plenty of the desirable Gaines aesthetic, it’s now available for another buyer who’s wild about Waco.
Besides the Baker House, this week’s list was crammed with off-the-wall dream properties.
Want to live in Phoenix in a 11,000-square-foot brownstone with a French chateau vibe? Check.
In search of a self-sustaining homestead in Illinois? We’ve got you covered.
Or if you’ve always dreamed of living like James Bond … but in Los Angeles? If you have $62 million to spare, there’s a mega property that’s shaken, not stirred, and hovering over the city.
But even if you don’t have tens of millions to spend, there’s something for nearly everyone with this week’s most popular properties. Scroll on down and enjoy!
Why it’s here: The price of this brownstone with a quirky chateau feel, in the heart of downtown Phoenix, was slashed by nearly $1 million in April.
The massive 11,400-square-foot residence was built in 2014, and comes fully furnished with daring interiors. You’ll find two pool tables, a game room, home theater, patio with outdoor kitchen, a library, and multiple areas to simply chill in the desert.
Why it’s here: Completed in 2014, this three-bedroom, Acadian-style home has over 3,200 square feet of living space.
It’s stylish and move-in ready, and highlights include antique pine floors, a dual-sided ventless fireplace, and an owner’s suite bathroom oasis with elegant soaking tub.
On 4 acres with a pond, it also offers a slab, already poured, prepped, and plumbed, to build your very own outdoor kitchen.
Why it’s here: Originally built in 1936, this three-bedroom cottage has been completely remodeled.
A sweet blend of vintage style and modern looks, it comes with a huge partially finished basement as well as a detached two-car garage.
Other assets include a mudroom, freshly painted decks outside, and a cute covered front porch.
Why it’s here: This sleek, sexy cube hovers above the City of Angels. Designed by Olson Lundig, the custom home was completed in 2018.
The listing details call the 15,600-square-foot residence the “Bond house of the future.”
Sitting on over a half acre, the three-level compound comes with the finest finishes, hidden panels, gallery parking for a fleet of 15 cars, and multiple pools with jaw-dropping views.
Why it’s here: This two-story, three-bedroom farmhouse was built in 1900 on 2.5 acres, and has a chicken coop and greenhouse.
Updated throughout its 1,500 square feet, the cozy retreat is move-in ready and features a mudroom, wood stove, and beamed ceilings.
Why it’s here: It’s shapely, to say the least. “The Stark House” was the home of famed architect Duane Stark, who designed the Orlando downtown library and contributed to the city’s airport design.
The modern, nature-forward residence feels a bit like a tree house imagined by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Built in 1973, the 2,500-square-foot residence sits on 4 secluded acres and has been featured in a number of architectural magazines.
Why it’s here: Maple Hill Farm is a 47-acre oasis with a 9,720-square-foot main house built in 2014.
The property also features three antique guesthouses, a recording studio and performing arts venue, as well as a working barn.
If those amenities aren’t enough for you, it has a sugar house, boathouse, orchard, stocked pond, and horse stalls. Trails throughout the property are dotted with Winnie the Pooh-themed sculptures created by a chainsaw artist.
Why it’s here: Escape from the city to this 25-acre homestead with an authentic log cabin.
The listing describes the property as a “hunter’s paradise,” and promises deer and turkey roaming the acreage.
The property also boasts a stocked pond, an orchard, barns, animal shelter, and just about anything else you’d need for a self-sustaining lifestyle away from the madding crowd.
Why it’s here: Another residence with an odd facade.
Four floors of funky, contemporary living await home shoppers in search of a one-of-a-kind property.
The nearly 5,900-square-foot home with serious style has more than 2 acres of wooded, private land.
Why it’s here: You remember it from season five of “Fixer Upper.” The Baker House episode told the story of Patti Baker, who bought a little Waco bungalow for $162,500. She then enlisted the Magnolia experts to give it a masterful makeover.
Chip and Jo proceeded to put another $88,000 of improvements into the property and created an absolutely adorable result.
The two-bedroom home boasts custom Gaines upgrades, like the concrete countertops, and is filled with Joanna’s clever, lovely, and functional signature touches.
However, soon after the remodel, Baker fell in love with her pastor and moved a few hours away.
A California couple purchased the home in 2018 as “an adventure” but now that they aren’t spending as much time in the area, they’re ready to sell. And although the furniture is different from what you saw on the episode, the structural changes made on the show remain exactly the same.