Season 43, Episode 3

A Home to Make Childhood Memories

Farrah and David used to love their three-story townhome in Raleigh, North Carolina, but now that they have a toddler, it's no longer a good fit. Farrah works part time from home and the home's layout makes it difficult for her to work and keep an eye on one-year-old Riley. David, a business consultant, is tired of hauling laundry from the basement up to their second floor bedrooms. First they see a $329,900, four-bedroom Craftsman style home with a big back yard, but the kitchen has laminate countertops, which they don't like. Next they tour a $300,000, four-bedroom home with a spacious family room with two-story high ceilings, but the backyard doesn't have a fence and that could be trouble for their toddler and their dogs. Their last option is a $315,000 Colonial home with stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, but the home's long walk from the driveway in the back to the front door is a turnoff. Which home will Farrah and David choose to be Riley's childhood home?
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