Yowza! The 1-Bedroom Shotgun House From Fixer Upper Is For Sale For Over $1 Million
The Old Shotgun house from Season 3 of Fixer Upper may be tiny, but it's stylish — and local real estate agents believe it can fetch a lot of money. And we mean a lot. This one-bedroom, one-bath, 97-square-metre property just hit the market for a $1.2 million — exorbitant by Waco standards. Beyond Chip and Joanna's irresistible design, which includes a dutch front door, seven-metre vaulted ceiling, gas lit porch, cosy fire pit, old brick exterior details, and poured concrete bathroom counters, the home offers an unbeatable location. It's right across the highway from Baylor University's McLane Stadium and walking distance from Magnolia Market at the Silos. Meaning, this is a great investment home for someone who wants to make extra income renting it out. Listing agent Jennifer Roberts of Briggs Freeman told the Dallas News that the property has been a very successful short-term rental in recent years, garnering $40,000 so far this year on sites like Airbnb. Considering the the fandom for both Baylor football and Fixer Upper, we're not surprised this property is a hot commodity. Explore of every inch of the home in the gallery ahead.