This Property Brothers Home In Georgia Just Sold For A Crazy Amount

After only 10 days on the real estate market, Edith and Fred Wallace's Georgia home has sold for a striking amount of $730,000. With the help of the famous HGTV home makeover brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott, the Wallace's received a sizable gain from the sale of the property, with the original renovation cost being $80,000. Over a five-week renovation process, Drew managed to negotiate the price of the fixer-upper by reducing it from $399,000 to $357,000 while focusing on updates to the guest house and backyard pool, per People

The Wallace's contemporary style brick home was featured on season 6, episode 3 on the power-bro-duo's HGTV hit show "Property Brothers," which aired in 2014. The elegant 5,904-square-foot-house sits on a captivating 1.68 acres of land. Located in Conyers, a suburb outside of Atlanta, the house consists of four bedrooms and five bathrooms, including an office, gym, eat-in kitchen, three fireplaces, guest house, billiard room, and inground swimming pool. Since the episode aired, the couple continued renovating the remainder of the house in preparation to sell.

Inside the elegant Georgian home

Besides being recognized on a popular HGTV show, this classy "dream home" is noted as custom-built and features a neo-classic style interior. With a little over 5,900 square feet, the home showcases several unique amenities. Upon entry, the foyer is impressive with a lit 18-foot coffer ceiling, along with a nearby ornamental sitting room, fireplace, and two custom-painted columns. The kitchen comes with stainless steel appliances, including two sinks and dual ovens. Located on the main floor, the sizeable master bedroom has a jetted tub, two-person shower, his and her closets, a sitting area, and French doors that lead out to the patio.

The brothers' concentrated on remodeling the two-story pool house and the backyard landscaping. With a full resurface of the pool and surrounding deck, they turned the space into a chic, tropical gathering place. In addition, the interior of the dazzling guest house comes equipped with a kitchenette, built-in bar, full bathroom, and game room with pool table included, per The Wallaces expressed their appreciation, as they were incredibly pleased with the outcome of the twins' efforts on the house. "Working with the Property Brothers was the best experience ever," she told People. For over 10 years, the Scotts have become a household name in the world of home renovations and interior design. The brothers are synonymous with the "Property Brothers" franchise, including shows like "Property Brothers: Forever Home," "Celebrity IOU," and "Brother vs. Brother," which are available to watch on HGTV and Discovery+.