Reality TV fans can soon own a piece of HGTV history when the Colorado homes of one of the network’s most popular shows hit the market this month.
In the fall of 2022, HGTV came to Burgdorf to film the fourth season of “Rock the Block”. The show pits four two-person teams to complete construction of identical homes on the same cul-de-sac and the team that adds the most valued value wins.
Why is HGTV filming so many shows in Colorado?
Each unit is over 5,000 square feet and started with a price tag of $1.9 million. After six weeks, during which designers added their own unique styles to floor plans, aesthetics, and amenities, prices now range from $3.15 million to $3.45 million.
Designers Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle won the competition with their “modern mountain” vibe, which was repeatedly praised as sexy and polished by the show’s judges. By using $250,000, they were able to raise the home’s valuation to $2.85 million at the end of the show. (It’s now listed for more than that.)
“Rock the Block” aired earlier this year and the homes, built by Landmark Homes, are expected to hit the market in mid-May. Between the time filming wrapped and now, the builder has finished the parts not featured on the show and added a few more details.
Scroll through the galleries below to take a virtual tour before you bid.
Modern Farmhouse (5 bed / 6.5 bath) designed by Jonathan Knight and Kristina Crestin of “Farmhouse Fixer”
List price: $3,250,000
Standout features include two kitchens, a full kitchen and an adjacent prep kitchen; a bar on the ground floor and a dedicated billiard room; a dormitory with four additional beds; a porcelain fireplace in the master bedroom; and a garage space that doubles as an equipment room and a workshop with a kegerator.
Alpine chic (5 bed / 5.5 bath) designed by Page Turner and Mitch Glew of “Fix my Flip”
List price: $3,350,000
Standout features include three kitchens including a full kitchen and prep kitchen on the main level plus another full kitchen on the lower level; a custom wine rack that doubles as an art piece separating the kitchen and dining room; a fireplace in the master bathroom right next to a large soaking tub; a shoe rack in the main closet which is also a secret door to a private laundry room; and built-in shelving surrounding the living room fireplace.
Aspen Chalet (5 bed/6.5 bath) designed by Sarah and Bryan Beaumler of “Renovation Island”
List price: $3,450,000
Noteworthy features include a stone wall in the living room that matches the exterior of the house; two kitchen islands; a lower-level spa with a smoothie bar, gym, massage parlor, and hot tub; and a natural stone outdoor fireplace.
Modern mountain (5 bed/6 bath) designed by Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle of “Luxe for Less”
List price: $3,150,000
Standout features include two kitchens, one downstairs and one downstairs; a clandestine bar hidden in the downstairs lounge; porcelain walls and flooring in the main bathroom; wooden, art-deco design elements, custom-built by the designers; and deck access from master bedroom.
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