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House Hunters Renovation season 12←House Hunters Renovation season 11
House Hunters Renovation season 12 episodes list:
A big renovation gets even bigger when a new homeowner thinks outside the box. His older brother may have to step in to make sure he doesn't get too far over his head.
After relocating to Massachusetts, a Midwestern family has limited time to find a home that fits their personalities. After they settle on a vintage home, they find that remodeling an older home comes with some costly surprises.
A musician and his wife begin an ambitious renovation on a dated family home in California, but things quickly unravel as they uncover foundation issues and building code roadblocks.
A Denver couple is eager to trade their current place for a larger home to raise their two young children. Once they settle on a house, they dive into the top-to-bottom renovation, tackling everything from asbestos issues to structural challenges.
A large Southern California family needs to find a sizable house to accommodate their growing needs; after touring three homes, the family decides on a house and begins in the kitchen using a farmhouse touch with industrial flair.
A Massachusetts couple is ready to upgrade from their one-bedroom condo into a home where they can start a family in the town of Charlestown. They hope to find a single-family Colonial near their family with at least three bedrooms and enough space to entertain guests. The Charlestown market is tough, however, so in order to find the perfect home on their budget, they have to settle for a house in need of serious updating. The frustrating renovation project requires them to deal with structural surprises behind the walls, unforeseen permitting issues and a decision that may impact their open-concept design.
A Los Angeles couple is ready to stop paying rent and find a larger, more practical home perfect for entertaining. They both want a home with high ceilings, a big kitchen and a large space for entertaining but that's all they can agree on. She wants a modern bungalow with lots of light, white walls and a swimming pool for guests. He's hoping for a more traditional home with lots of wood features and a large back yard. When they finally get the keys to their new house, they bring in an interior designer and contractor to help tackle multiple projects and deal with issues from expensive electrical problems to back-ordered materials. Their spirits are high, though, and they eventually get the party house of their dreams.
Childhood sweethearts look for the perfect starter home in Swampscott, Mass. with a grass-free backyard for the kids, an open kitchen, hardwood floors, a mudroom, and front porch.
California newlyweds are anxious to start a family of their own and are searching the San Fernando Valley for the perfect fixer-upper with an open concept living space and kitchen to hold their extended families.
A recently engaged couple is ready to settle down in a new home before their upcoming wedding, but after finding a place, their emotional and financial stress takes a toll when an unexpected hailstorm damages their kitchen on day one of renovations.