Want to buy an adorable home renovated by the Property Brothers?


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If you’re a fan of HGTV’s popular Property Brothers show and have often found yourself day-dreaming about the beautiful homes Jonathan and Drew Scott worked on, we have a treat for you today: a lovely 1920s-built home in Greenwich, Connecticut, that got the special Scott brothers treatment a few years back is looking for new owners.

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Modern facelift with classic charm

Featured in a season 10 episode titled Character and Closed Concept, the lovely home went through a significant update that brought it to modern standards — while maintaining its early 20th century architectural charm.

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Lovely living spaces

Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan focused on revamping the house’s sitting room, dining room, kitchen and powder room on the show, while the home’s owners later took it a step further and added a larger master suite to the property.

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Beautiful living spaces, part two

Now, the house is being offered for sale at $975,000, and is currently listed with Linna Yuen, a sales associate with Coldwell Banker.

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Plenty of room for a family

The charming colonial has four bedrooms, two full baths, one half-bath, and caps in at 2,412 square feet. On the first floor, there’s an inviting living room, a formal dining room, sitting room and the kitchen, while the second floor houses the bedrooms (with a master suite fitted with his & hers walk-in closets) and the laundry room.

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There’s also a renovated garage

According to the listing, the home’s garage has been converted into extra living space, and currently serves as a home office (with heating and cooling) — a great addition to the home, particularly these days, when work from home is gaining more traction. And while the conversion wasn’t done by the celebrity house flippers, it fits right in with the house’s general relaxed feel.

This article originally appeared on FancyPantsHomes.com and was syndicated by MediaFeed.org.

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