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Fixer Upper castle Waco
The castle will be on tour only through the end of October, before it's featured on a special season of Fixer Upper - Wecome Home. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Fixer Upper castle primary bedroom
The primary bedroom (formerly "mother's bedroom") has original flooring and a working pulley system for windows. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Fixer Upper castle turret
One of the coziest nooks is in the castle turret. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Fixer Upper castle card room
The basement now includes a "card room" that has a dark, masculine feel. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Fixer Upper bathroom
The bathrooms are some of the most spectacular spaces in the castle. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Fixer Upper castle entry
Many surprises await behind this 10-foot, 400-pound, solid oak door. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Fixer Upper castle historic
The castle dates to 1913. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Magnolia Journal, winter 2019
Joanna posed in front of her favorite fireplace for the cover of the Winter 2019 Magnolia Journal, when they announced the cstle renovation. The full room will be revealed on the show. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Chip and Joanna Gaines, Fixer Upper
Chip and Joanna Gaines (pictured in the dining room) took about a year to renovate the castle, which will go on sale in in the fall. Facebook/Magnolia Network
Magnolia Silos, church
A new 8 am tour of the Silos includes a visit to the historic church that Chip and Joanna renovated and moved onto the property. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Magnolia Table, Waco
Can't get a table at Chip and Jo's Magnolia Table? Visit the takeaway market next door. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Hillcrest Estate, Waco
The Gaineses' renovated Hillcrest Estate sleeps 12. Photo courtesy of Magnolia
Hillcrest Cottage, Waco
Hillcrest Cottage, on the grounds of Hillcrest Estate, opened in fall 2021 as a vacation rental for one or two. Photo courtesy of Magnolia