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Vacation Homes: 2 HGTV’s Fixer Upper Homes That Are Available for Rent

Posted by Nicole Abasta on Feb 29, 2016 09:00 PM EST
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BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 15: Designer Todd Oldham speaks during the HGTV presentation at the 2005 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 15, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo : Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Fans of the hit HGTV series "Fixer Upper" would be delighted to know that some of the homes that were featured in the show are now available for rent. You can stop fantasizing because you can finally experience what it's like to live in those homes. Check out these vacation homes that are listed in HomeAway.

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Mid-Century Modern Home

Stay for a minimum of two nights in this mid-century modern home located at the center of Waco, Texas Hill County. This home that was featured in "Fixer Upper" season 2 has an open floor plan, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has a state of the art kitchen and a stunning view of the woods. Children are welcome, in fact there is a nursery room available off the master bedroom. It is more or less 15 minutes to downtown Waco & Baylor. Experience some "zen" for an average of $383 per night.

It has already received 11 reviews and got an average of five stars rating. A guest who stayed just this January commented, "What an amazing home. We had the best time. The home was spacious, clean and beautifully decorated."

"We enjoyed the sunrise drinking coffee that overlooks the wall of windows facing the trees. The kitchen is [definitely] a [chef's] dream with a large island that allows everyone to gather around and enjoy being together."

1930s Home

Featured in "Fixer Upper" season 3, this 1930s home is perfect for large families and as a venue for weddings and parties. Available for $393 on average per night, the charming property with a wrap-around porch has five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and a fenced yard. Ideal for families with children who want to play in an open grassy area. It is five minutes to downtown and two minutes from Magnolia Market.

It has received an average of 4.8 stars rating from six reviews. All have nothing but praises for the place and the hosts. One commenter who stayed just this February said, "We had a wonderful relaxing weekend in this charming home. There was lots of space for three small families, a great big yard for the kids, and even cribs for the babies."

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