A cheery blue front door and large demilune front porch with Corinthian columns give this Greek Revival-style home in Huntsville, Ala. timeless curb appeal. The home's brick front steps keep the porch from feeling too formal.
This charming home features a wraparound columned porch, a second level balcony, custom landscaping and a sweeping lawn. The white siding accents the architectural style of the home and is complemented by the lush green surrounding.
See how the rich and famous live on HGTV's House Hunters, such as this Miami penthouse, which boasts its own private deck as well as magnificent views of South Beach and the city skyline. Crisp white umbrellas contrast well with the striking blue of the ocean and add to the hip and trendy atmosphere.
As seen on House Hunters on HGTV, homeowners can watch the setting sun over the Pacific Ocean from this beautiful Maui, Hawaii home, where a sunken fire pit and patterned pillows create a cozy atmosphere. The modern style and clean lines produce a simple and understated elegance without detracting from the breathtaking view.
Brian and his wife Logan have twins on the way, but their current home is just too small for the new family members. They want a four-bedroom house with a swimming pool, which is not common in Syracuse, New York. And although they couple is in a hurry, Logan tends to take her time, visualizing where furniture will go, even using a measuring tape to check every last inch.
Eric and Gretchen recently moved to the Portland area and are looking for a house with enough bedrooms and bathrooms for themselves, and their seven children. They also need a big yard for their son's diabetic alert dog, and a room to use for homeschooling their younger kids. Is all of that possible with a $400,000 budget in Portlandia?
Danny and Ashley are self-confessed neat freaks buying their first home in downtown Chicago. They have some quirky deal breakers, including no bidet toilets. Ashley wants a sleek industrial loft in a luxe high rise, but Danny wants a traditional, warmer feeling condo. Working in a competetive market with a tight budget, can they find a germ-free home that they agree on?
Twin sisters looking to buy a house in Galveston, Texas, are hoping to score a place as close to the water as possible. Since one of them is a real estate agent, she'll be handing the deal. From ranch-style homes and bungalows to a pair of twin houses right next to each other, this hunt could cause a double take.
A couple seeks an iconic New York brownstone. But even with $1.8 million, finding something with historic charm in their trendy Brooklyn neighborhood of Greenpoint may prove much harder than they expected.
After living in San Diego for a few years, a couple have decided they want to be closer to family and friends and have made the move to Bend, Oregon. They both love Pacific Northwest Craftsman style homes, but Jake also likes Victorians.
A family of 5 from Buffalo, New York, relocates to Greenville, South Carolina. She has a wish list a mile long, including a dramatic exterior with a long driveway and side-facing garage. His number one must-have is a bonus space all to himself where he can watch the game.
A Tallahassee couple want out of their cramped condo, into a bigger place where they can start a family. Unfortunately, he has his heart set on a Colonial house like the one he grew up in back in New York. She wants to embrace the Florida style ranch. Plus, any house they get will need a huge closet to accommodate her growing collection of vintage clothing.
A professional fighter turned real estate agent helps his friends find a home in Newnan, Georgia. But with their differences of opinion, he may end up as the referee. One wants a two-story contemporary, while the other wants a low-maintenance ranch. One would like a large yard for their family to play in, but the other doesn't want to deal with the lawn care.
Staten Islanders priced out of New York are looking for their first home in northern New Jersey. She wants a fixer-upper with a grassless concrete backyard, while he has his eye on a move-in ready home with a finished basement -- that has a urinal.
A couple is leaving Manhattan and buying their first home in Beacon, New York. She'd love a sprawling white farmhouse, but he loves Beacon's vintage charm and prefers a historic Queen Anne Victorian.
An Illinois couple has just relocated to Peoria, but they don't agree on what sort of home to purchase. She's looking for something old, ornate and "fit for a princess," while he wants something newer with simpler design.
With plans underway to adopt their foster son, a Sacramento, California, couple needs to buy a bigger home. But locating a house with the updates and space she needs but with a price well below his $600,000 budget will be a challenge.
An engaged couple house hunts on the beautiful island of Oahu, HI. She wants a fixer-upper with lots of character and is willing to put her future husband to work get it. He, however, is hoping to find a home that's move-in ready. Will Hawaii give them the perfect home where they can start their marriage?
A first-time buyer seeks help from her mom in Portland, Oregon. Mom thinks her daughter should put some sweat equity into one of the city's historic Craftsman bungalows. But the buyer's dog is also coming along for the hunt, and a big yard is his top priority.
New parents are looking for a home in Nashville, Tennessee. But while he wants room for his drums, she's looking for a space that will accommodate in-laws visiting their baby grandaughter. Can they find a home in Music City with plenty of room for everyone and everything?
A couple is on the hunt for their first home together in Phoenix. He'd like a newly-built home with enough room to fit the dining table and hutch he inherited from his family. She wants a home out of a magazine and likes midcentury modern style.
A couple and their two small kids move to Philadelphia and need to buy a home. She wants one level with a bonus room for her photography business, but he would prefer a two-story Colonial or Cape Cod with a big yard. Will they be able to reach a compromise?
A woman searches for a home in Florida that has plenty of roaming space for her three cats. She quickly discovers that finding the perfect home with the tropical vibe she wants won't be easy. Will she find a place that satisfies both her and her cats?
Boston natives are moving to Las Vegas to start an online tourism business, and they want to find a house as soon as possible. But while he wants a small, low-maintenance condo in the heart of the Strip, she wants a single-family home in a quiet suburban neighborhood. Can her powers of persuasion lure him away from the action?
Married actuaries are looking for a low-risk home with water views in Newport Beach, California. She wants a quaint cottage with water views and beachside living, but he's hoping for a Spanish-style home with a media room that feels like a vacation that never ends.
A pageant queen and her husband are on the hunt for a home in Florida. She wants a master closet with enough space for all her gowns and crowns, but his number one priority is a home on a golf course.
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