The renovated Victorian mansion from ‘Good Bones: Risky Business’ is available on Airbnb, and even the basement is swanky now

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For those who have listened to “Good Bones: Risky Business”, you have seen how important the renovation of Charlotte Hall was. It literally started at the bottom – charred main chamber, closed turret, damp carriage shed, and all – and came to life in a big way. And now host Mina Starsiak Hawk is ready to show off her hard work.

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“Let’s talk about the elephant in the room…Charlotte Hall,” read the caption of a Jan. 6 post on Starsiak Hawk’s Instagram. “We know what you’re thinking. What happened after Risky Business? Will there be public tours again since the end of Christmas at Charlotte Hall? Don’t worry, Charlotte Hall is ready for you!

The caption continues: “Take your friends and family for a weekend, host a shower for the bride-to-be or mom-to-be in your life, or plan your ‘I Do’s’, all against the beautiful backdrop of Charlotte Hall Whether it’s a meeting, wedding, party or just a girls’ getaway, Charlotte Hall is open for booking!

Charlotte Hall, which was available for viewing over the Christmas period, is a 7-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom mansion in Indianapolis. As “Risky Business” audiences saw, the place is unrecognizable from the abandoned, fire-damaged house that Starsiak Hawk started out with.

She even completely redid the carriage shed at the back of the house, which can now be used as event space for weddings, reunions and parties as well as additional accommodation.

“This space covers SO many different moods and styles; you can go from edgy brick vibes to Gatsby elegance to sexy boudoir in seconds,” the Peerspace listing reads.

Take your friends and book a stay at Charlotte Hallor list possible locations for that event you have coming up, and see up close how amazing the transformation is.

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