You Can Stay In One Of The Fixer Upper Houses — Here's How

Fixer Upper fans were left angrily tweeting Tyra Banks GIFs last month when they found out that their beloved source of driftwood-decorating ideas and treasure trove of exposed-beam tips will be entering its fifth and final season. Yes, Chip and Joanna Gaines are moving on to other projects — we're sorry, you guys.

But we have some good news to make up for it: You can actually stay in one of the Waco, TX-area houses Chip and Joanna have renovated on Fixer Upper! Instead of finding a boring old hotel, you can book a vacation rental made over by the Gaineses through HomeAway. So now, you can get up close and personal with the couple's renovation work, from a barn in the country to a midcentury modern in the woods.

Click ahead to see a few of the properties where you can get your Fixer Upper fix on vacation.

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The Craftsman

$297/night, 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4
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Built in 1905, this home has a gorgeous open kitchen and bay windows.
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Exposed brick and built-in bookshelves make the space cozy.
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The home measures 2,200 square feet.
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The master bathroom has a big soaking tub.
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Barndominium

$742/night, 5 bedrooms, sleeps 20
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This fully renovated barn sits on 16 oak-tree-covered acres, and is located along the banks of a lake.
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It was featured on season 3, episode 16 of Fixer Upper.
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"This land is in its natural form and has a great rugged terrain," says the listing.
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"The lake and tree-covered areas are kept somewhat organic and are part of the nostalgia that makes the Barndominium experience so unique!"
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The Midcentury Modern

$300/night, 4 bedrooms, sleeps 10
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This little bungalow is in the center of town and surrounded by woods — best of both worlds.
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"With its new cedar siding, this 'mountain' modern is sure to offer the perfect dose of zen that you might be needing," according to the listing.
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There's lots of space to hang out on the patio.
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The Bicycle House

$200/night, 3 bedrooms, sleeps 4
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From season 1 of Fixer Upper, this 1910-built home has high ceilings and plenty of natural light.
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"Working with Jo-jo and Chip was super-fun, and we really enjoy what they have done — we want to share this amazing experience with others," the owners wrote in the listing.
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Bikes are available to use for guests.
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The Magnolia Market Neighbor

$475/night, 5 bedrooms, sleeps 12
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Just seven minutes to Magnolia Market, this home is super kid-friendly; the owners can provide cribs and there's lots of space to play in the fenced-in yard.
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The home has five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, and a wraparound porch.
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It's also "perfect for wedding parties," the listing says.