Minnesota To Be Featured On HGTV’s House Hunters This Week
A new episode of the long-running HGTV series 'House Hunters' that was filmed right here in Minnesota is set to make its debut on national TV this week.
Are you as addicted to HGTV as my wife and I are? Thanks to Discovery+ , we're able to watch a lot of HGTV shows-- some of which were filmed right here in the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
Like Nicole Curtis and her series 'Rehab Addict,' where some seasons were shot on location in and around Minneapolis. Then there was also the short-lived series 'Stay or Sell,' which featured fellow Minnesotans Brad and Heather Fox, whose firm, Fox Homes, is also based in Minneapolis. (BTW, they recently sold their incredible home in Edina, check out the pics below!)
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And don't forget the newer 'Renovation 911' which features Twin Cities-based sisters Lindsey Uselding and Kirsten Meehan. And now, another Minnesota episode of the long-running show 'House Hunters' will make its national debut.
According to a post on her Facebook page, Becca Wesley is a realtor with Kvale Real Estate in Virginia, Minnesota. (Virginia is located northwest of St. Cloud, about two hours away from the Twin Cities. ) And an episode of her helping fellow Virgina resident, Nicole Perez, find her new home will air on HGTV, on Wednesday, March 8th at 9 pm.
Her post states that the show is featured on "House Hunters' 229th season, episode 2 and is titled 'From Homeless to Homebuyer in Minnesota.'" The post didn't say when the film crew from HGTV was in Minnesota to shoot the episode, but she did say that it was 'months ago.'
Our DVR is already set to record all new episodes of 'House Hunters' so I can't wait to see the Land of 10,000 Lakes featured in this week's episode! And, as I mentioned earlier, keep scrolling to see what fellow HGTV hosts, Brad and Heather Fox's, million-dollar home in Edina looked like when they put it up for sale a few years ago!
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