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Ashley and Michael Cordray own a real estate and renovation company that specializes in restoring homes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They're working with homes near the brink of destruction in their hometown of Galveston Island, TX, with hopes of preserving the island's history and architectural styles.
Ashley buys a tiny home without consulting Michael, and he's shocked to discover it needs to move six miles across the island. As costs rise, they wonder if they'll be able to turn a profit.
Ashley and Michael find a charming 1930s bungalow close to the beach and jump at the opportunity to turn it into a vacation rental. With beach season approaching and a baby on the way, they must work hard and fast to get the house ready in time.
Ashley and Michael buy a shack from 1898 that's been abandoned for decades. With multiple problems, a tight budget and their second baby on the way, they face big challenges to transform it into a neighborhood gem.
Ashley and Michael take a gamble on a 1979 property as old homes become harder to find in a saturated market. With fewer historical details to honor, they must get creative with their designs.
Ashley and Michael take on a half-finished Victorian mansion in the Historic District that was too good to pass up. However, they must contend with poor design plans, mismatched fixtures and a tight budget to restore the home to its former glory.
Ashley and Michael jump at the chance to restore an 1866 Victorian designed by famed Galveston architect Nicholas Clayton. At 3,500 square feet, they face a massive undertaking to honor the home's historical integrity while staying within budget.
Michael and Ashley purchase the worst house in Galveston Island's desirable East End Historic District. With a decaying porch and extensive water damage, they have their work cut out for them to make a profit on the project.
Michael convinces the owner of an enormous 1850s house he's had his eye on for years to sell. However, Ashley isn't on board with his passion project knowing it will be difficult to turn the massive property into a livable home on a tight budget.
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