Here's How Much This Erin And Ben Napier Renovated Home Is Selling For

Watching couples who are interior designers transform other people's homes on reality TV is always a fun pastime. And for those of us DIYers who are die-hard fans of such shows on both HGTV and Magnolia, following up on the lives of our favorite hosts is part of the fun. Right?

Lately, a lot of both positive and negative events have been unfolding behind-the-scenes at both Magnolia and HGTV. For instance, Andy and Candis Meredith of "Home Work" were accused of ripping three guests, leading to the cancelation of the show two days after its premiere. The show was subsequently reinstated, per The Hollywood Reporter. Also recently, the host of "Build Me Up," Orlando Soria, wrote about how HGTV affected his life (you can read the full story on House Digest).

Today on "what's unfolding underground on HGTV?" we bring to you some good news about your favorite couple and host of the popular "Home Town" show, Erin and Ben Napier. If you remember the Warren House renovated by the duo in season 1, episode 2 of the series –– yes, that craftsman-style residence in Laurel, Mississippi –– well, it just got listed! Get the full info about this below.

How much did the home sell for?

That's right, this beautifully crafted, historic, four-bedroom house that Ben and Erin Napier renovated at ​​825 N. 6th Ave., Laurel, MS 39440 was listed on January 31, 2022, on Realtor. Based on the property record published on the listing, the home has previously been sold twice: on September 15, 2006, and May 12, 2016, respectively.

As a part of their wish list, the previous owners purchased the historic home with the help of the Napiers in 2016 and got it remodeled with a budget of $200,000 during season 1, episode 2 of "Home Town" (via HGTV). They called this episode "A House With History".

The historic house is quite spectacular. According to People, the residence was built in 1910, spans 2,950 square feet, and features a two-car garage close to an extra detached apartment. Inside the main building, the lucky new buyer has access on the ground floor to a whimsical living room with a fireplace, an open dining set with chandeliers, and a modernized kitchen. On the upper floor are four classic bedrooms with the main bedroom featuring a home office that leads to a secret nook.