Even if I had all the time in the world, it wouldn't be enough to count how many times I've said, "I'm moving to Waco." But today, I mean it. I simply have to move to Waco, Texas for "The Faceless Bunker" house from season 2, episode 12 of Fixer Upper. After a year of being on the market, the home is still available for purchase—and has taken a $51,000 price cut, making the current asking price $899,000—so now it's really my time to shine.
This 4,113-square-foot home is perched on an expansive, 1.9-acre property on Cherry Creek Drive. The space overlooks Lake Waco, and with four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, there's plenty of room for you and your whole fam. The price, however, might be the one thing that deters you: It's currently listed at $1.15 million, though with Chip and Jo's touch on it, it's worth every damn penny. Especially since it couldn't be in a better location — surrounded by schools, churches, restaurants, shopping malls, stores, gyms, and more.
Tell me: Are you ready to see this fixer upper? Scroll down for a peek inside.
If you remember from this Fixer Upper episode, the original facade of the Faceless Bunker house was half brick, which was removed and replaced with updated siding. They also added windows to the front (so it was no longer "faceless") and a faux balcony to give it a little more character.
The steel and cable railing made was a modern update for the previously very enclosed entryway. According to the Magnolia Blog, the layout of the home was their top priority, so opening up the floor plan was the only option.
Pretty much everything in the kitchen is new: windows, shelves, cabinets, countertops, appliances, and backsplash.
Connected to the kitchen is a spacious dining area, where the duo added French doors to let more natural light in.
That bring-the-outdoors-in vibe carries through the entire bottom floor, thanks to more French doors and added windows.
The views literally don't stop throughout this whole house.
This en-suite is exactly what I dream of when I hear "master bathroom" — that view?! Those massive double vanities?!
After Chip and Joanna finished the home, it went from a dark and enclosed "bunker" to a bright and spacious retreat (with a face).