Season 4 of Fixer Upper ended with an unimaginable house makeover for a really particular shopper. Chip and Joanna Gaines renovated a home for present producer Michael Matsumoto and his household. Keep scrolling to search out out what occurred to the Matsumoto household after the present.
What Happened to the Matsumoto Family From ‘Fixer Upper’?
Michael and his spouse, Jessie Matsumoto, moved from Los Angeles to Texas with children Rowan and Finley in pursuit of a stupendous household house. Chip and Joanna set to work, turning a small shack situated on a prairie in Crawford, Texas, into a surprising farmhouse in March 2017. The $12,500 price ticket and surrounding land was what drew the Matsumotos to the property.
The episode marked one of many greatest transformations Chip and Joanna have ever executed. The unique construction was utterly falling aside, with decaying partitions, battered flooring and collapsing ceilings. With plans so as to add a couple of structural additions to the house, the couple, who share children Drake, Ella Rose, Duke, Emmie Kay and Crew, knew that they had lots of work forward of them.
Chip and Joanna had been initially shocked by the unique state of the property bought by the Matsumotos.
“We couldn’t consider it when the Matsumotos selected this previous shack to be their house,” Joanna admitted in a weblog publish. “The Matsumotos’ type is industrial farmhouse, so each element of the house is a twist on conventional.”
The design duo blew their shoppers away with the open ground plan, out of doors eating space and customized creations crafted by beloved steel artist Jimmy Don.
“I liked the best way this distinctive spin on the traditional farmhouse look took well-loved particulars like shiplap, concrete counter tops and repurposed wooden to a brand new stage, and it completely match the wants of this candy household,” Joanna mirrored on the completed venture.
Where Is the Matsumoto Family Now?
The couple have welcomed two extra youngsters, twins Oliver and Olivia, since filming Fixer Upper. In November 2018, Michael and Jessie determined to hire the home out on Airbnb. Eventually, they put the property in the marketplace in the summertime of 2019 for $400,000. Their determination to maneuver was primarily based on their proximity to Waco, Texas, which they traveled to for many of their work.
“We similar to the concept of a household being in it,” the dad of 4 advised Today.com in July 2019 of promoting the farmhouse.
The house continues to be presently listed on Airbnb beneath the title Matsumoto Farm, marketed because the “good retreat” that’s “ultimate for entertaining household and buddies.”