You Can Now Rent This Fixer Upper Home on Airbnb

You Can Now Rent This Fixer Upper Home on Airbnb

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Many home improvement enthusiasts find major inspiration from the hit TV show Fixer Upper. Chip and Joanna Gaines have become household names, responsible for shifting dilapidated homes throughout central Texas into showstoppers.

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Viewers follow along each episode, captivated by the homeowners’ stories, and watching each project unfold before their eyes. Each episode becomes personal, both for the people whose homes are transformed, as well as for those watching from their couch, who find utter inspiration in the beauty of potential.

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If you watched the season four finale when the Gaines gang flipped a house for their executive producer, Michael Matsumoto and his family, you know that their $12,500 purchase turned into a magnificent 4-bedroom home now called the Matsumoto Farm.

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If vacationing in Waco, Texas is on your bucket list, grab 11 friends and sign up for this sweet Airbnb deal! The entire house hosts 12 guests, features four bedrooms, 12 beds and seven bathrooms. “A 20 minute drive to Waco it’s the perfect retreat,” says the Airbnb ad. “This home is family friendly and ideal for entertaining family and friends. It has a beautiful open concept kitchen with plenty of cooking essentials, 2 full baths with a rain shower in the master, original bunk beds seen on TV.”

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Kids will love the giant yard and its play structure, while the whole family can take advantage of the basketball court and small gym.

“Our house is such a special gift and so many fans have told us that it’s their favorite, it’ll be nice to let them get to experience the magic of it,” Matsumoto said, telling People the decision to offer their house through Airbnb was in part due to his need to live closer to work.

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Alexa Erickson
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