HGTV’s “Good Bones” home arrives in Indianapolis, in the market
A charismatic home that was gutted and remodeled by the hosts of a popular HGTV show hit the real estate market in Indianapolis, Indiana for $ 410,000.
The spacious 3,404 square foot home was featured in Season 3 of ‘Good bones“which is a reality show about a mother-daughter duo renovating homes in downtown Indianapolis.
In the episode, hosts Karen Laine and her daughter Mina purchased the house for $ 18,000. At the time, the dilapidated house was suffering from water damage, but the foundation was stable, so they completely covered the house. The end result turned out to be a lovely property with Airbnb potential.
“It was a messVictory Realty Team listing agent Shane Burns told Realtor.com. “They did a complete renovation. ”
The house has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and an attic which can be used as a fourth bedroom, according to the listing.
“This home is great for entertaining, where you can get a ton of people together in the living room, kitchen and dining room,” the listing describes. “Hang out on the front porch, back deck and huge back yard.”
Homes that have been refurbished on HGTV shows have been causing a stir in the real estate market recently. In September, a two bedroom, two bathroom cottage that was also the product of Karen and Mina’s magic touch was put up for sale in the same area for $ 400,000, reported McClatchy News.
This story was originally published October 28, 2021 5:01 pm.
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