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Five years have passed since Bryan and Sarah built their custom dream home in the city. Always up for a new challenge, Bryan and Sarah are back at building again - But this time, they're uprooting their growing family from the city to the gritty countryside. And breaking Bryan's cardinal rule of home-building– Never, ever live on site during a renovation! While they love their city home, it turns out Bryan has always dreamed of returning to his small town roots to raise his kids in the vast, open spaces of the country. His wife Sarah on the other hand, fashions herself a city girl. Watch as Sarah and Bryan go head to head on their individual visions of their home, and cope with a dramatic lifestyle change as they say goodbye to the comfortable conveniences of city life.
Lots of progress on the interior and warmer weather has Bryan thrilled he can begin work on the exterior landscaping. In the past, Sarah has been hands-off on making design changes on landscaping, but this time when she gets involved Bryan ends up paying the price literally. Bryan finds out Sarah's keeping secrets from him and his frustration grows when he finds out about a plan for an indoor tree.
Bryan finds time to work on his own projects including one that Sarah doesn't know about. Just when they thought they were past having issues in the powder room, Bryan discovers the hard way that when it rains, it pours.
Furniture starts arriving at the house as Bryan has to stay strong while he braces for what arrives at the house. Issues come up at the eleventh hour as Sarah's chandelier in the front entrance makes Bryan hangry!
After three long years, Bryan and Sarah wrap up the build and complete their forever home. The show journeys back to where the series began as Sarah and Bryan reflect on the build's best and bumpy moments. The end gets a little sweeter when Bryan plays a prank on Sarah.
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