Drew Scott Home Tour: Photos & Videos of ‘Property Brother’s’ House

“The Property Brothers” star Drew Scott lives along with his spouse, Linda Phan, and their new child son in a Los Angeles dwelling he and his brother, Jonathan Scott, purchased in 2017 and re-modeled collectively on an HGTV spinoff show. The couple have lived in the home collectively since their 2018 marriage.

The renovations have been revealed on “Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House” in 2017. HGTV referred to as it the brothers’ “most private undertaking ever” in a press launch. The 3,400-square-foot house is positioned in a historic LA neighborhood and was constructed within the Twenties.

Drew Scott stated on the time, “We’re restoring components of the English-inspired structure and including fashionable updates. Linda and I are going for an old Hollywood glam, Art Deco design model.” His brother added, “Since this dwelling is sort of 100 years old, we have handled the identical challenges that any home-owner faces when taking over a serious dwelling renovation. But it has been an honor to assist create this household dwelling for Drew and Linda. It’s going to be a particular place.”

Phan additionally took half within the work on the dwelling, including in her personal inventive touches, together with “retro-style pink poodle wallpaper” within the loos, based on HGTV. She stated, “We’ve shared our relationship with followers for a number of years now. We cannot wait to share our new dwelling with them, too.”

The Home Is Valued at More Than $3.4 Million After ‘The Property Brothers’ Renovations

Property data seen by Heavy show that “The Property Brothers” purchased the Los Angeles home utilizing one in every of their firms in 2017 for $2.3 million. After the renovations by the Scott brothers, the home is now valued at greater than $3.4 million, based on Zillow. An actual property itemizing from earlier than the brothers purchased the home show that the house solely had two earlier house owners. The three-story home was inbuilt 1921 and is positioned in LA’s Hancock Park neighborhood.

According to HGTV, the renovations included, “gorgeous upgrades and fashionable facilities, together with a whole wall of customized curved-glass home windows within the kitchen that allow within the California sunshine. New options additionally embrace an enormous third-floor deck with a scorching tub and pergola; a yard pool space with built-in hearth pit and comfortable seating; and a devoted craft room for Linda.

In 2019, Drew Scott informed Us Weekly about their dwelling, “We put every part we wished into this home to verify it was the final word spot for us to have the ability to have buddies over, to host anyone on a dime. That’s what I really like in regards to the place right here.”

Phan added that they wished a kitchen with a variety of room, “We dwell in so many various locations once we’re filming on the street and the worst factor is to not have any counter house to prepare dinner or prep.” An HGTV photograph tour provides an in-depth take a look at the home after the renovations have been completed.

According to HGTV, “Dramatic steps lead you to the entrance exterior of Drew and Linda’s Los Angeles Tudor-style dwelling. … The lounge options cream, black, inexperienced and gold accents, a palette you will see repeated all through the whole dwelling. The fire encompasses a distinctive geometric form — one which Drew and Linda initially deliberate to do away with. Now, they’re very joyful to have saved the ‘house-shaped’ fire as-is.”

HGTV added, “Drew and Linda’s workplace is instantly throughout from the lounge and grand staircase that results in two extra flooring.” The workplace options, “A mixture of midcentury fashionable and conventional, deep shades of blue and gold accents make this workplace trend-forward, but heat and alluring. Vintage-style velvet chairs lend midcentury aptitude, whereas the normal desk and Chesterfield-style wingback chair add masculinity.” The home options two visitor rooms and a visitor suite, based on HGTV.

Linda & Drew Scott Revealed Their New Nursery on YouTube ShortlyAfter the Birth of Their Son

In 2017, Drew Scott informed The Los Angeles Times they plan on making the home their endlessly dwelling, “Yeah, that is precisely it. I’m not going to do away with my home in Vegas. I really like that home. But that is my first home with Linda. I can see us elevating our children right here.”

In 2022, Drew and Linda revealed an addition to their home, a nursery, posting a video displaying off the room after the beginning of their son, Parker James Scott. The couple wrote on YouTube, “We had a lot enjoyable reworking the craft room into Parker’s nursery! We’re wanting ahead to creating a lot of reminiscences in right here, enjoying, studying, napping and daydreaming 🥰”

Drew and Linda have proven off their dwelling in photographs on their Instagram accounts through the years that they’ve lived there collectively, together with one other take a look at their son’s nursery:

Phan confirmed off their Christmas decorations in December 2021:

She confirmed off her dwelling workplace in January 2021:

Another photograph from Phan provides a glimpse on the artwork at prime of their staircase:

Drew Scott gave followers a behind-the-scenes look of a photoshoot along with his spouse at their dwelling:

In February 2021 the couple’s eating room was featured in one in every of Drew’s Instagram photographs:

Scott additionally supplied followers a take a look at his spouse’s craft room, earlier than it was remodeled right into a nursery:

The home encompasses a distinctive scorching tub and roof deck. Scott informed the LA Times, “We’re including a scorching tub to the brand new deck on the attic stage, and that is placing in a ton of weight, so we needed to put these large metal robust partitions into the decrease stage below the kitchen to carry that weight. And we’ve got points with the drainage up on the deck. It’s an enormous puzzle.”

When requested by the newspaper whose thought the new tub was, the HGTV star stated, “Oh, that was me. The new deck is 660 sq. toes. It’s large, and so who actually wants all that house simply to face round? You wish to lay in a scorching tub when you’re up there. I added a number of issues which can be a ache within the butt.”

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