‘Fixer Upper’ is over, but you can get your fix with these homes for rent in Waco


The last episode of “Fixer Upper” aired Tuesday night, but don’t worry -- Chip and Joanna Gaines aren’t going anywhere. They still own Magnolia Homes and operate Magnolia Market and the bakery next door in Waco. They also just opened Magnolia Table, a breakfast and lunch restaurant. So you can still get your “Fixer Upper” fix -- and if you’re a superfan of the show, you can even stay at one of the houses they’ve remodeled.

There are two bed-and-breakfasts owned and operated by the Gaines themselves, like the Hillcrest Estate and the Magnolia House.

The Hillcrest Estate sleeps 12 people, and the Magnolia House sleeps eight. Each house costs $995 a night to rent.

As far as “unofficial” (a.k.a. not endorsed by the Gaineses) rentals go, the Shotgun House, which you may recognize from an episode of “Fixer Upper,” is listed on Airbnb for $325 a night. It’s right down the street from the silos, according to the posting.

Another home belonging to Clint Harp (who you may recognize if you’re an avid “Fixer Upper”-watcher) and his wife, Kelly, is for rent on Airbnb for $550 a night. It’s located right next to Harp Design Co. and is also near the silos, the posting says.

RELATED: 'Fixer Upper' Clint Harp and wife Kelly get own HGTV show 'Wood Work'

Another “Fixer Upper” remodel, the “Chicken House,” is available on Airbnb. The ranch style home rents for $159 a night.


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