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Season 9 / Episode 8 and airs on 15 November 2019 02:00
Nicole Curtis is saving historic houses, one broken-down fireplace at a time. Working in Detroit and Minneapolis, Nicole takes ramshackle homes from the wrecking ball to their original stunning glory. Whether it's managing her rugged crew or wrangling city officials, this single mom wields her hammer with skill and returns condemned properties to their place as the pride of the neighborhood.
Nicole Curtis tackles a 1916 mansion in Minneapolis and builds out its dingy, old cellar by creating a new living space that adds nearly 1,000 square feet to the home. Then, Nicole indulges her most glamorous fantasy in the master suite and comes up with a perfect layout for the challenging kitchen.
Nicole Curtis takes on a boarded up, previously condemned 1880s duplex and restores it into a single-family home. She reuses cabinets and doors to create an old feel with modern amenities and modifies the upstairs floor plan to build a master suite.
Nicole Curtis takes on her most personal project ever -- a 1950s ranch-style home her grandparents built by hand. She restores the kitchen to its original layout and transforms the dingy work basement into a party-ready rec room.
Nicole Curtis returns to her hometown of Detroit to save a 1920s home that suffered severe damage from a fire next door. She breathes new life into the old duplex by preserving the plaster work, modernizing the kitchens and transforming an unusable room into a unique home office.
Nicole Curtis heads to St. Paul for the first time to work on a home in an up-and-coming neighborhood. The living and dining rooms' woodwork and original pocket doors require hours of sanding and stripping, and Nicole works to retain the home's classic character while giving it fresh touches.
Nicole Curtis works to restore a 1920s bungalow and must tackle a ton of brickwork. Then, she transforms the unfinished attic into a one-of-a-kind master suite and restores the kitchen cabinets to create one of the home's most dazzling features.
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