Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines designed this brand new home near Waco, now listed with Magnolia Realty
This stunning farmhouse designed by Chip and Joanna Gaines is on the market far from a fixer upper.
The home, located in China Spring, Texas, (about 12 miles from Waco) is currently on the market, listed for $624,900 with the Gainses’ own real estate company, Magnolia Realty. It boasts more than 3,000 square feet, four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths.
The home, which is currently under contract, features Joanna’s signature modern-farmhouse aesthetic. It has French oak wood floors and white tiles throughout, as well as a light neutral color palette and stainless-steel appliances. There’s also a big outdoor patio overlooking a grassy backyard and a two-car garage.
Joanna herself touted the home on Instagram last month, confirming that she and Chip “designed and built this modern styled farmhouse.”
A number of Gaines-designed homes have hit the market over the years, including several that were featured on episodes of Fixer Upper.
A humble bungalow designed for Patti Baker, who relocated to Waco to be closer to her two sons after losing her husband to cancer was listed in 2018 after she found “happily ever after” with her former pastor. Baker listed her 2-bed, 1.5-bath dream home for $349,900 with Magnolia Realty.
Joanna, 40, and Chip, 44, said goodbye to their beloved show in April, but have stayed busy in the months since, welcoming their fifth child, son Crew, in June.
The designers are also poised to make their return to TV, as they announced in November they’d be launching their own TV network in a partnership with Discovery Inc., which owns HGTV.
“I think we’re really going to carve it out in a way that really makes sense to us and our families,” Chip said on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. “It’ll be filmed a lot in Waco, Texas, so we don’t have to travel a whole lot. All things being equal, we could not be more excited.”