Chip and Joanna Gaines have made a name for themselves in the design and real estate world. Joanna’s love of rustic-chic and Chip’s downhome country style make them the perfect pair to redesign a home.
Each week (or every day, depending on how often you're watching HGTV), the couple enters living rooms across the country to give us all a bit of home design inspiration on “Fixer Upper.” Now, the Gaines’ are inviting people to experience a bit of their design magic for themselves in their hometown of Waco, Texas.
“We are now opening another vacation rental!” Joanna excitedly shared on Instagram. “Chip and I had so much fun restoring this old Waco icon and cannot wait to welcome guests starting this fall.”
We are now opening another vacation rental! Chip and I had so much fun restoring this old Waco icon and cannot wait to welcome guests starting this fall. This house dates back to 1903 and we definitely kept its old world charm—our hope is that friends and families from all over can make lasting memories here during their visit to Waco. Our newsletter subscribers will hear all about when and how to book the Hillcrest Estate, so be sure you’re signed up (link in profile) - and don’t miss out on the news! #HillcrestEstate
The white plantation-style home dates back to 1903, and Joanna told followers that they “definitely kept its old world charm — our hope is that friends and families from all over can make lasting memories here during their visit to Waco.”
According to details provided on their website, the home, which has 7 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, sleeps 12, “making it the perfect place to gather with friends and family for a weekend away.”
There are also a few photos of the home’s interior, which is perfectly appointed in the duo’s well-known design aesthetic, with wrought iron beds, subway tile backsplashes, and plush leather chairs.
And this isn’t the Gaines’ first foray into the rental business: As People reported, the couple’s first rental, The Magnolia House, booked six months of reservations in minutes when it was first made available.
To find out when and how to reserve a stay at the Hillcrest Estate, you'll have to sign up to the Gaines’ newsletter as subscribers will hear about it all first.