HGTV's Fixer Upper stunning home renovations made all of us want to pack our bags and move to the small town of Waco, Texas, because who doesn't want to live in one of Chip and Joanna Gaines' creations? And if there's a time to make the move, it would be now, because "The Faceless Bunker" is still available for purchase and can be all yours. After a year on the market, the home took a $51,000 price cut, with a current asking price of $899,000.
Originally featured in Season 2, Episode 12, the 4,113-square-foot house is perched on an expansive, 1.9-acre property on Cherry Creek Drive overlooking Lake Waco. Within it, 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths offer plenty of space for you and your whole family. And in our bias opinion, it's worth every penny, especially since it couldn't be in a better location—surrounded by schools, churches, restaurants, shopping malls, stores, gyms, and more.
But don't take our word for it: Take a peek inside and decide for yourself.
The steel and cable railing addition gave the home a modern update—a sharp contrast from the previously enclosed entryway. According to the Magnolia Blog, the layout of the home was their top priority, so opening up the floor plan was the only option.
Guests can easily flow from the kitchen to the spacious dining area, which opens up into the outside patio, thanks to a new set of French doors. And with the original railing and posts gone, more natural light comes in and there's a beautiful view to the backyard.
This particular bring-the-outdoors-in vibe also carries through the entire bottom floor with the addition of more French doors and windows. Contrasting the room's light palette is the modern fireplace that was simplified and restructured with black tile.
And we haven't said it enough already, the views literally don't stop throughout the whole house.
This en-suite is exactly what we dream of when we hear "master bathroom." The Gaines were inspired after a modern beach house look and added double vanities, Alder wood, and a glass shower to go along with the bathtub.
In the end, Chip and Jo transformed the dark and enclosed "bunker" into a bright and spacious retreat with an open floor plan and went the extra mile to make sure that there were views wherever possible.
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