Whenever there’s a need for comfort food TV, HGTV will indulge you.
Whether it’s for buyers falling irrationally in love with the beach house of their dreams, families flush with lottery cash looking to splurge, or homeowners who dream about the satisfying crunch of demolition day, the network delivers 24/7 programming you just want to binge on. For those of us sucked in to the HGTV orbit, plenty of these faces—and places—become familiar.
Speaking of places, we’ve rounded up 10 properties for sale right now that have all had camera time on HGTV. From shows canceled long ago to some of the network’s most popular programs, these homes have served as the backdrop for tidily resolved conflicts. The result is a collection of lovely properties with something for everyone, from beach houses to a tiny home in Hawaii. And of course, all are ready for their close-up.
So put down the remote and have a look at these 10 terrific homes to see if you recognize them.
It’s a little like catching up with old friends. Do you love it? We sure do.
As seen on: ‘Beachfront Bargain Hunt’
Galveston White House: For the past five years, this sun-blasted and stylish getaway has been a wildly successful rental, bringing in more than $350,000. Built in 1967 and recently remodeled by the current owners, the two-bedroom home is being sold with all its furnishings, including a dramatic canopy bed and white slipcovered furniture in the living room. The home was featured on the first season of “Beachfront Bargain Hunt” in 2013, which highlighted the place’s gorgeous views and dreamy spaces.
As seen on: ‘Designed to Sell’
Quad level: This brick beauty in the Windy City was featured on “Designed to Sell” for its lovely angles across four levels of living space. The 2,800-square-foot home features a lower level with new floors, and there’s hardwood throughout the four-bedroom abode. In addition to an oversize garage, there’s a large patio for outdoor entertaining.
As seen on: ‘Design on a Dime’
New Hope retro: Family-forward with personality, this property was featured on “Design on a Dime” years ago. The show left the living room transformed into a retro hangout spot, complete with bar, reminiscent of the home’s origins in 1959. The three-bedroom home also has had recent upgrades to the gutters, window wraps, and kitchen appliances.
As seen on: ‘My Lottery Dream Home’
Beach house perfection: Features like the elevator, pool, game room, and top-floor views made this home an obvious choice for the network’s show about lottery winners picking properties. But it’s the rental income—which was just over $68,000 for 2019—that might entice those of us who don’t so much as scratch a lotto ticket.
Built in 2005, the six-bedroom house has plenty of room for friends and family to gather and also offers access to nearby Corolla Light Resort amenities.
Here’s the episode titled “Beach House Perfection.”
As seen on: ‘House Hunters’
Eighties, updated: It’s easy to see why this property was a winning pick on HGTV’s longest-running show. Vaulted ceilings, an atrium, balconies, and a gorgeous backyard with room to run are just a few of the features that make this house something special. Built in 1984, the four-bedroom home has been updated throughout and even comes with its own Honeycrisp apple tree for a truly sweet incentive.
As seen on: ‘Beach Hunters’
Ocean views: Capped by a loft and game room with commanding ocean views, this six-bedroom beach house has a new main kitchen on the top level as well as a new kitchenette on the middle level. In addition to access to the nearby beach, the home has a pool, hot tub, and dune deck for soaking up the summer sun with friends and family.
As seen on: ‘Tiny Paradise’
Volcano village: This tiny home was custom-built with luxury in mind despite its petite 304 square feet. Extras like a full kitchen with farm sink, dishwasher, white marble bathroom flooring, rain shower head, and Italian marble fireplace mantel make this island getaway feel like much more than its small footprint. Solar panels and a solar hot water system mean off-the-grid life won’t be a huge chore.
Here’s a video tour of the tiny, but mighty, Hawaii house.
As seen on: ‘Rezoned’
5-star renovation: This blacksmith shop built in the 1800s was reimagined as a live-work space on a 2005 episode of the now-canceled show. Currently, the downstairs is home to a healing spa and offices, while the upstairs serves as a gorgeous residence. Out back is a smaller stone building accessed by a charming fern-lined walkway, which can be used as an office or man cave.
As seen on: ‘Generation Renovation’
Darden mansion: This lavish mansion built in 1914 was featured on “Generation Renovation,” which aired from 2004 to 2006. The nine-bedroom home has been updated indoors and out, and is licensed as a bed-and-breakfast. It features Tiffany skylights, tiger oak hardwood throughout, and a grand foyer and staircase. The half-acre property also includes a carriage house with an apartment above.
Here’s a video tour of the remarkable home:
As seen on: ‘Love It or List It’
Chatham County Craftsman: Built in 2005, this four-bedroom home was featured on the long-running “Love It or List It.” Just minutes from the University of North Carolina campus, this home features reclaimed hardwood floors, new carpet upstairs, a deck overlooking the backyard, a detached workshop, and a riding and walking trail around the property.
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Source: Housing Trends Feed