Fixer Upper’s “Paw Paw’s House” Is Still On the Market for $1.4 Million

Chip and Jo gave the Texas home a Southwestern, cozy cabin vibe.

HGTV "Fixer Upper" Paw Paw's House from Season 3 Episode 7
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Over five seasons, Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines tackled a number of different projects, but the most heartfelt one may just have been “Paw Paw’s House.” Viewers saw the home-reno duo come to the help of the Zan family, fully embracing the family-owned ranch house’s rich history. And after being listed for sale back in January, it’s still on the market for a whopping $1,450,000.

Featured in Season 3, Episode 7 of the HGTV show, the 2,654-square-foot home—located 30 minutes from Waco—was originally built by Sterling’s “Paw Paw” before he passed away. Although there was the option to buy a new house in the area, she wanted to keep the 3-bedroom, 3-bath home in the family.

HGTV "Fixer Upper" Paw Paw's House from Season 3 Episode 7
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After sitting vacant for years, Chip and Jo’s work was cut out for them, ultimately doing a $250,000 renovation. The Zan family envisioned Paw Paw’s House having a Southwestern, cozy cabin vibe, which is exactly what they got. The finished results showcase refinished hardwood floors, an accent cedar wall, concrete countertops, and a stunning copper sink.

Of course, Jo made sure to add personalized details throughout the sentimental home, including repurposing curtains chosen by Paw Paw himself. “I had my little girls help sew the pillows that would find new life on the bench leading to the backyard,” she wrote on her Magnolia blog.

HGTV "Fixer Upper" Paw Paw's House from Season 3 Episode 7
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The property sits on 210 acres and if you’re a lover of nature and Texas sunsets, you’ll want to get in on the sellers’ offer to purchase up to 200 acres of it.

Paw Paw’s House also comes with a barn, stables, and a storage shed, but even so, it's had a difficult time finding a buyer—and we can only guess it has to do with the price, which is significantly higher than previously sold Fixer Upper homes, like the Brick House that went for $219,900.

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