Another Waco home flip featured on Fixer Upper has just hit the market, including a guest home on the property and a solid Airbnb track record.
Featured in Season 2, Episode 2 of Chip and Joanna Gaines’s hit HGTV show, “The Dutch Door House” on 3201 Windsor Ave in Waco’s sought-after Highland Park neighborhood is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom ranch home on a corner lot with a bonus guest house on the property that regularly generates rental income on Airbnb.
Listed with the Gaines’s own Magnolia Realty Waco, The Dutch Door House is currently asking $319,900. Originally built in 1941, the house was updated by Chip and Joanna for young couple Kelsey and Trip Purks as they started a family.
The single-story ranch was given a fresh, clean look by replacing the original white paint paint with a gray-green exterior accented by white trim and black shutters. The Gaineses retained the original wide Dutch doors, painted them to mimic the look of dark-stained wood, and added an antique brick-paver walkway to match the chimney, according to the episode listing.
Inside, the charming home features a spacious open-concept living, kitchen, dining room, and large mudroom. “Every detail of this home plays back to the original character—the solid wood floors throughout, crown molding, and the wood burning fireplace,” writes agent Haley Holden.
The “cozy backyard guest quarters” listed on Airbnb is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom efficiency suite with its own kitchen, bathroom, Netflix-enabled TV, and two parking spaces that rents for approximately $69 per night. The entire property is advertised as being a scant 2.5 miles to Magnolia Market, the Silos, and the rest of downtown Waco.
View the full listing for 3201 Windsor Ave in Waco, TX on Realtor.com.