'Fix My Flip': Page Turner turns cozy lake cabin into a luxury stay
The premiere episode of HGTV's 'Fix My Flip' saw licensed real estate broker, Page Turner, completely renovate and refurbish a cozy lake cabin to a luxury stay for a quick getaway. The cabin was all of 1,000 square feet, complete with an original fireplace, kitchenette, bedrooms, and bathroom. Turner took the flipper, Sharon's help to remove a wall to throw in more light to the kitchenette (which she converted to a breakfast bar). In addition, Francesca did her magic with the bathroom downstairs, adding a pop of color (salmon pink walls and sink with forest green tiles) to the otherwise boring bath.
Aside from the add-on, the step-up toilet and shower stayed the same. However, Mitch noted that tearing down the bathroom space alone would eat up the budget set aside for renovation costs alone, which was $35,000. Francesca also added a hammock and some throw-on cushions in the small but cozy backyard to give tenants a relaxed and private space. The cabin was sold for $385,000, subtracting the purchase price of $185,000. Adding on the renovation budget of $35,000, Turner made a profit of $12,500 with the flippers' profit being $112,500.
Here's what fans think about the premiere episode. One fan shared, "This cute cabin in the mountains is #homegoals! Great flip @pageturnertv! #fixmyflip #hgtv", while another said, "I loved everything about that Bathroom even if she said change the paint color #fixmyflip".
One fan tweeted, "SO glad they painted the house! #Fixmyflip", while another said, "Pink sink #fixmyflip #hgtv".
I loved everything about that Bathroom 😁even if she said change the paint color #fixmyflip— Heather Nicole Fidler💕SkullGirl💀 (@HeatherFidler2) March 11, 2022
One fan tweeted, "All about a hard wood floor with rugs. NO carpet. #fixmyflip #hgtv", while another shared, "That old fireplace! #fixmyflip #livetweetcrew #onhgtv". One fan shared, "#FixMyFlip@pageturnertv Gurrrl...you deserved waaay more than $12.5k! They were on their way to a loss (if they even got it on the market before winter)", while another said, "Love the flip. Excited for next week. #FixMyFlip".
Love the flip. Excited for next week. #FixMyFlip— allsmilesova here (@lefteekk) March 11, 2022
Stay tuned for new episodes of 'Fix My Flip' every Thursday, at 9 pm ET, only on HGTV.
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