Though the four-bedroom, three-bath home was just renovated during Fixer Upper’s fourth season (which wrapped up in March), there are no hard feelings between the owners, the Wixsom family, and the Gaineses for moving out so soon. We were truly blessed by the Magnolia team and are so thankful for the experience they provided our family,” the Wixsoms told Russell, who adds, “As a Magnolia agent my goal is for my clients to feel like family, whether they are moving to Waco or away from it. The Wixsoms are a wonderful family and we wish them all the best.”

Using the wood accents in various places throughout the home also adds warmth that has been a hallmark of her design. The following is a direct quote from the family, “We were truly blessed by the Magnolia team and are so thankful for the experience they provided our family.” As a Magnolia agent my goal is for my clients to feel like family, whether they are moving to Waco or away from it. The Wixsoms are a wonderful family and we wish them all the best.

The sliding doors that separate the office and dining room from the main area are very unique. The fact that the home is on 5 acres at the end of a dead end street also adds a lot of privacy that is not really seen as part of the show.