Darryl wanted to make his favourite vacation town his hometown, so he enlisted his daughter, Alex, to help him find the perfect place. This father-daughter duo have nearly opposite tastes. After seeing roughly 100 places, the Property Brothers finally found a funky, Mediterranean-style home that made Darryl feel "all warm and fuzzy inside."
Carolyn and Javier's newly-blended family needed a home that would feel like "theirs." A gourmet kitchen for Carolyn, a spacious garage for Javier to work on his vintage cars, and a pool for the kids. Jonathan was able to check everyone's boxes. After a bit of back and forth, the family now has a place for their new family to put down roots.
Las Vegas newlyweds Mindy and Paul went all-in on a search for a home where they can build their new life together. More than 150 houses later, they found the one in the right location with the potential to create the perfect space for entertaining. In the end, even though they traded a honeymoon island getaway for a kitchen island, Mindy got the gourmet kitchen of her dreams
Thiago and Keith wanted plenty of space to entertain their family and friends, a chef's kitchen with killer new appliances, and massive windows with a view of the mountains. The Property Brothers were free to fill the space with everything on their wish list ... and a few extra-special design details, too.
Ryan was all for an ambitious nine-week renovation while Allison was opposed to the idea of this fixer-upper. But customizing a home home, no matter the scope of the job, was better than purchasing an expensive turnkey property.
Natalia and Nathan are ready to upgrade from their current rental situation to the home of their dreams. They saw huge potential in a single-storey property with excellent curb appeal — it just needed a LOT of love inside.
Newly single Robin has been living with her parents, but with her three young kids running out of room to practice their cheerleading and gymnastics, they're ready for a place (with space!) of their own. With help from her mom, Louise, Robin finds a fixer-upper nearby and braces herself for the challenges of modernizing a 1960s-era home.
Shauna and Steve were determined to find a large home in a sought-after neighbourhood near their family. The five-bedroom they settled on sits on a huge lot and has two separate living spaces, but the layout was incredibly choppy and some areas hadn't been updated since the 1980s.