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Amy and Kate fell in love with a vintage home in an urban neighborhood filled with friends for their young twin boys, Edgar and Hank. Nine years later, some of the charm of their character home has worn off.
Tamara bought a home in her childhood neighborhood nearly two years ago, so her two teenagers could enjoy being close to Tamara’s parents and the ample park next door. As it turned out, the kids were over at Grandma and Grandpa’s house all the time, because Tamara’s house couldn’t accommodate their friends in a fun, easy way.
Cue the warm and fuzzies—it was a Scott family reunion on this week’s episode of Forever Home! Our big brother JD and his fiancée, Annalee, tasked us with transforming JD’s Vegas man cave into a functional place to plant their roots.
Jennifer and Agostino’s beloved family home has seen a lot since Agostino’s grandfather bought it in the 1960s—so much, in fact, that there used to be orchards where now there’s a full neighborhood.
Rina and Nilesh have cherished their Toronto home ever since buying it as a young couple in love. Seven years later, they’re still young and in love, but now they have two kids and no storage!
Sally, David and their two teenage sons are into cycling—and we mean really into cycling: They even had a room exclusively for training and riding!
Michelle and Brian’s forever home has been in their family for 20 years: 10 years with Michelle’s mom, and now 10 years with Michelle and Brian, who added twins to the happy family.
After renovating a string of cookie-cutter-style homes in order to give them more personality, we had a completely different assignment for this vintage Las Vegas home: preserve its quirkiness.
Tanya and Sean are high school sweethearts whose home has hosted all their big life moments. From bringing home babies to holding annual holiday parties, their house has seen a lot of love. After 15 years, their house needed a little love of its own, and that’s where we came in.