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‘Fixer Upper’ May Be Ending, But You Can Still Stay in One of These Houses

Justina Huddleston is an editor and the head writer for TDmonthly Magazine. She has been a freelance writer for several years, though her real passion is cooking. You can see the recipes she creates on her vegan food blog, A Life of Litt...

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'Fixer Upper' rentals

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'Fixer Upper' rentals

I think we all let out a collective gasp of horror when the news hit earlier this week that Joanna and Chip Gaines have decided to call Season 5 of Fixer Upper the last. Where will we go for our weekly dose of shiplap and family-friendly renovation shenanigans? But luckily, even if the show ends, the couple's legacy will live on (along with endless reruns, thank goodness).

There's the new Target line they recently announced, the restaurant they're opening and, of course, the houses they've built.

And, even if you weren't one of the people chosen to appear on the show, thanks to HomeAway you can stay in one of the Gaineses' masterpieces. Take a look at some of the former Fixer Upper houses that have a vacation listing on the site so you can get a fix of that shiplap magic on your next trip out of town.

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The Downs — living space

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The Downs — living space

The home has an open concept and modern-rustic living space, including a fireplace to get cozy in front of. 

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The Downs — master bedroom

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The Downs — master bedroom

Four people can stay at the house, and the master bedroom has a gorgeous en suite.

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Barndominium

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Barndominium

For an average of $742 per night, up to 20 people can fit inside Fixer Upper's infamous Barndominium

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Barndominium — dining area

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Barndominium — dining area

With a grand table that seats 20, you could save money on vacation by dining in at the Barndominium

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Barndominium — kitchen

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Barndominium — kitchen

The centerpiece of the Barndominium's kitchen is a gorgeous butcher-block island. 

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Midcentury modern

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Midcentury modern

Sleeping 10, this four-bedroom midcentury-modern home offers plenty of space for relaxing at about $300 per night.

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Midcentury modern — outdoors

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Midcentury modern — outdoors

Complete with a hammock, the home is a serene retreat from city life, and the property is filled with greenery. 

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Midcentury modern — garage

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Midcentury modern — garage

The garage has undergone a renovation and now houses additional sleeping space via these built-in beds.

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Mailander House

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Mailander House

Located near Baylor and the Magnolia Market Silos, the Mailander House is $200 per night and sleeps four.

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Mailander House — kitchen

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Mailander House — kitchen

The country kitchen offers a cozy setting for meals at the house when you don't feel like going out.

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Mailander House — master

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Mailander House — master

Serene and calm, the master bedroom is the perfect respite from a busy day of exploring Waco.

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The Gorman House

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The Gorman House

This large house sleeps 12, averages $475 per night and is close to the Baylor campus and Magnolia Market.

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The Gorman House — porch

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The Gorman House — porch

Spend your evenings drinking sweet tea on the roomy porch

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The Gorman House — bedroom

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The Gorman House — bedroom

Each bedroom is tastefully appointed and has luxurious, hotel-quality linens.

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