Missing your regular Property Brothers: Forever Home fix? Never fear: we put together a full afternoon of episodes for you to check out on HGTV, starting at Noon ET/11 a.m. CT.
When Erika and Ben bought their six-bedroom home five years ago, people thought they were crazy. They only had one child—that was way too much space! But the couple knew that they’d found their dream home in the ideal neighborhood and didn’t want to pass it up.
Amy and Dominic come from a long line of Forever Home-dwellers: their parents still live in their childhood homes, and Amy and Dominic want to give the same consistency to their two boys. Their home of five years is within walking distance to work and family members, but we wanted their house to be as comfortable as it is convenient.
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.
Patricia and Bruce had made a lot of memories over the past 10 years with their son Logan in their suburban Forever Home. When Patricia and Bruce adopted his late brother’s two young kids, they suddenly needed their house to match the size of their hearts.
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.
Keri and Andrew found the perfect home for their large family, with her parents around the corner and plenty of space in the house—but they needed to make it functional for their family’s future.