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Adventurous home seekers scour the country for a specific type of home to buy, vintage. From century-old Victorians, to timeless Brownstones and historic Four Squares, each episode will feature couples touring three properties in neighborhoods across the U.S. to find a house with the perfect heritage they seek. Find out which classic home they'll make their own on Hunting Vintage.
Greg, Lance and their daughter Sophie are searching for a vintage home in the pricey bay area of San Francisco, with its rich architectural history and diverse neighborhoods. They want something from the Victorian or Edwardian era with a large backyard, original vintage light fixtures and a garage. But Greg doesn't want their daughter to endure project after project, while Lance is excited to take on renovations. With a $2,500,000 budget, will Greg and Lance find their perfect vintage home or lose their way in a real estate fog by the bay?
Bloomington, Indiana, couple Jessica and Kaleb Ryan both love imagining life in a different era just not the same era. Kaleb, a men's fashion designer, likes the idea of being a count or a duke from the 1600s, but Jessica prefers the idea of living a pioneer, do-it-yourself style life. So when it's time to buy a vintage home in Bloomington, will they end up with the ornate details and grandeur Kaleb wants, or will they be homesteading in a rustic log cabin with the vintage charm and simple feel Jessica is after?
New England couple Edwin and Lillian are obsessed with vintage, and that has brought them to Springfield, Massachusetts, which is known for its extensive vintage architecture. However, these old house enthusiasts don't exactly agree on what their dream home looks like: Edwin loves Colonials and Tudors, while Lillian swoons for Victorians. Edwin has his sights set on modern kitchens and bathrooms, but Lillian wants original fixtures and features. Will they find a perfect piece of vintage property they both can agree on? Or will one of them have to compromise before the hunt is over?
A TV editor and a technology consultant have a shared love of midcentury modern architecture and design, so they're looking to buy a house in that style in sunny Palm Springs, California. But one of them is a purist who wants to see only original floor plans and design features, while the other wants a home with contemporary features like an updated, open kitchen for entertaining and a great swimming pool.
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