Bicycle House From ‘Fixer Upper’ Season 1 on the Market for $550K

A charming cottage renovated on the HGTV home improvement show “Fixer Upper” is now on the market for $550,000.

Known as the “Bicycle House” and built in 1910, the dilapidated home in Waco, TX, underwent a top-to-bottom renovation by Chip and Joanna Gaines back on Season 1 of their hit show.

After the makeover, the home was put on the market by its owners in July 2017, at $375,000. The place sat on the market for months, but while the sellers waited for a buyer to appear, they pocketed plenty of short-term revenue. In early 2018, the home was listed on VRBO as a vacation rental for $250 a night.

The home finally sold in April 2018 for $293,750. The current owner picked it up as an investment property, and it’s been a successful short-term rental ever since. The current listing on VRBO quotes a nightly price of $267 and

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