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Vanilla Ice is back to tackle his toughest Florida flip ever. The pop icon and knock-out home renovator has taken his biggest risk yet, investing in a high-dollar lakefront dump in need of a top-to-bottom transformation. That means ripping rooms to the studs, adding a new pool, a boat dock with a tiki hut and state-of-the-art technology all around. Will his champagne taste end up costing him a profit? Or can he and his crew flip this tacky mess and still come out on top?
This property's unsightly guesthouse is the only thing standing in the way of its curb appeal, and the ninjas are ready to face it head-on. After putting in the effort to remove the structure, they get busy taking care of the lawn. With a little effort, the ninjas work pays off as the grass is greener than ever and the property looks like a dream.
After taking a trip to the Kennedy Space Center, Rob gets an out-of-this-world idea for an outdoor water feature - a rocket-themed splash pad! The interstellar splash pad has all the bells and whistles including water jets and lights that make this outdoor oasis perfect for relaxing or just letting loose.
A great house is not complete without the ultimate garage and the ninjas know it has to be functional, organized and secure to protect the rides inside. Rob goes above and beyond on the project by adding a TV and lounge seating for a multifunctional space that shines. New pavers and a dazzling front gate make this one garage that's hard to drive by.
The hard work has been completed and it's time to reveal the masterpiece! Every inch of the house has been fully updated, customized and improved from the inside out. What emerges is a beautiful space perfect for entertaining, relaxing or just having fun. This home keeps it real and at the end of the day, that's what seals the deal.
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