Jessie and Tina restore a Tudor cottage from 1923 in their hometown of Claremont, California that was converted into various businesses over the years. The flip is completely gutted on the inside and barely resembles a home. The two work to bring this former business back to its original roots but encounter some unexpected challenges.
Jessie and Tina are restoring an abandoned ranch home in West Covina, Cal. The home was built in 1952 during Southern California's car culture boom, and they are excited to channel a vintage car theme in the home's design.
Jessie and Tina restore a 1959 mid-century modern dream house in Upland, California. From the vaulted ceilings and huge windows to the open floor plan and streamlined exterior, this house is begging for big design. Unfortunately, big design can come with equally big costs.
A couple take a risk buying a 1925 Spanish home in LaVerne, Cal., before seeing the inside. Undeterred by the less-than-promising conditions and obstacles upon their first walk-through, they get to work reintroducing Spanish tile and restoring original features.
Jessie and Tina purchase a massive Craftsman in a desirable neighborhood of Claremont, Cal. The large home has been a fixture of the area ever since its arrival in 1914, but it's in desperate need of renovation. By adding features like a new fireplace surround and custom kitchen, Jessie and Tina hope to reinvigorate the home's Craftsman charm while balancing it with high-end details. With the potential for a million dollar list price, this could be their most expensive sale to date.
While Tina is out of town, Jessie comes across a quaint home in downtown Upland, California. Built in 1924, this vintage home across the street from an old railroad station is right up their alley, but Tina won't be able to see it before purchasing.