The Winning House From Rock The Block Season 1 Is For Sale

If you're a fan of HGTV's "Rock the Block" home renovation series, the wait is over to purchase the designer house champion from season 1. Designed by reality TV sensation Jasmine Roth in 2019, the modern farmhouse-inspired California home is currently listed by Ray Akbari of The Agency for $1.149 million. The intention of the show is for each designer to create and build a property with the goal in mind that it earns the highest appraisal. Roth (37), a California-based designer and builder who gained success with other HGTV shows like "Hidden Potential" and "Help! I Wrecked My House," closed out three other HGTV star contestants with her home's winning value of $1.02 million. Given just four weeks to complete the grand domestic project, the designer was praised by the show's judges, including Drew Scott of HGTV's "Property Brothers: Forever Home," for her remodel's overall family-friendly appeal, per HGTV.

The single-story home sits on a 0.25-acre lot in the private, gated community of Aliento in Santa Clarita, CA. With 2,547 square feet, the innovative home consists of four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms with a rustic, yet contemporary style created by Roth. The fresh indoor layout includes various stonework, wood-paneled ceilings, an expansive kitchen with custom floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a home gym, and a secret door leading to an office. The backyard is ready for entertaining with a pool, outdoor seating, covered patio, exclusive landscaping, and picturesque canyon views. Other community amenities include access to barbeques, hiking trails, and a playground.

A look inside the California coastal Rock the Block home

First impressions are a must. Located on the northwest edge of Angeles National Forest at 25074 Aspen Falls Drive, the California coastal home appears homey and inviting, tucked in the hills of the canyon. Upon the path to the entrance, the front exterior is charming with its white façade and architectural stone base, along with a designer landscape suitable for withstanding the desert. Upon entry, your gaze goes to the high wood treatment panels on the ceiling, which reflect the warmth of the light hardwood floors below. The great room features an elegant, marbled stone fireplace along with plenty of space for recreation. The kitchen then opens up with its vast functionality, and includes stainless steel appliances, tall custom cabinetry, stylish backsplash, and a gigantic island with a unique countertop constructed with both marble and wood, per People. Adjacent is a quaint dining area with a view of the mountains. 

Regarding the bedrooms, each one provides its own special attributes to the family-friendly home. Additionally, with Jasmine Roth's innovative talents, she transformed the den area into a fourth bedroom with an en-suite, while developing a powder-room/bathroom from the laundry room. Large glass doors lead to the resort-like haven in the backyard along with a covered patio and stone pathway that extends towards the pool and lounge area, including a wet bar. With all the style and grace of this converted California homestead, Roth's creation is sure to go fast!