While there are plenty of popular home improvement shows on HGTV, none are more popular than “Property Brothers,” featuring twins, Drew and Jonathan Scott. A recent makeover is proof of their popularity – it just flew off the real estate market in Conyers, Georgia after less than two weeks.
The house was the subject of the reality series – season 6, episode 3 called “Edith and Fred” – in which the twins promise to put together a couple “with an irresistible evening at home” on a limited budget, recaps HGTV.com.
The couple end up buying a fixer-upper with the help of Drew, and the show focuses on Jonathan turning the backyard into the perfect entertainment playground.
This heavily revamped home hit the real estate market just over two weeks ago and is now contingent, with a listing price of $730,000, according to Realtor.com
Features highlighted in the 5,900 square foot home, according to the listing, include:
The backyard oasis features a pool, a pool house with a mini kitchen and bathroom, and an “upstairs that can be a movie theater or an extra bedroom,” the listing says.
In October 2021, another of the brothers’ remodeled digs hit the market in Mount Vernon, New York — a Colonial that sold for $995,000, Realtor said.
Homes featured on other popular HGTV programs have been hot across the country, including the California home that took home the top prize in season one of ‘Rock The Block,’ which listed for 1.14 million dollars in Santa Clarita, McClatchy News reported.