'Houses with History' Fan Review: HGTV home renovation show gets a definite thumbs up

The new home renovation show on HGTV has had a lot of fan following of late, and they're hoping the show is going to be a regular on HGTV


                            'Houses with History' Fan Review: HGTV home renovation show gets a definite thumbs up
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'Houses with History', an HGTV home renovation series shot at Plymouth, Massachusetts, looks at the homework and research that brings to the fore some fascinating backstories of America's oldest homes.

The team of three, Mike Lemieux, Jennifer MacDonald, and Rich Soares, scan through Plymouth County and its surrounding wooded areas, predominantly south of Boston. They come across and transform 18th and 19th-century homes into brand-new ones, all whilst still preserving their natural history. For this motivated team, saving a home means saving a piece of history. 

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Fans seem to be over the moon regarding the latest home renovation show. Let's hear what they have to say about the recent episode 4 of 'Houses with History'. 

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One fan said, "Hey @HGTV #HousesWithHistory is such a great idea. So interesting. Hope it’s a regular!!!", while another added, "There are so many details in this gorgeous kitchen! #HousesWithHistory #OnHGTV". "I checked and I have 15 degrees of John Magoun (Magoun) through marriage from this episode of #HousesWithHistory on @hgtv", shared one fan while another tweeted, "This house has a lot of surprises. #HousesWithHistory #OnHGTV".

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Fans seem to be thrilled at the work of the team, with their fascinating ideas and implementing clients' likes whilst still preserving a touch of vintage charm.

One fan shared, "This house is haunted?!? Bonus! #HousesWithHistory #OnHGTV", while another said, "The Wilson Family House was built in 1666?!? 4,000 square feet and 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms is quite large! #HousesWithHistory #OnHGTV". "I like sandwich analogies, even if they make me hungry. #HousesWithHistory #OnHGTV", tweeted one fan while another shared, "That portico was totally worth the $14,500! It looks amazing! #HousesWithHistory #OnHGTV".

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'Houses with History' airs every Wednesday, at 9 pm ET/PT, on HGTV.