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Tour Jonathan Knight's Retro Lakehouse From 'Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp'

Farmhouse Fixer host Jon Knight remodeled a little slice of rural paradise for himself and his husband, Harley, in the HGTV spinoff series Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp. Let's step inside.

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Photo: Shawn G. Henry/Getty Images. From: Farmhouse Fixer.

Check Out Jonathan Knight's Old-School Home

When he’s not renovating centuries-old homes on HGTV's Farmhouse Fixer or touring the country with pop band New Kids on the Block (NKOTB), Jonathan Knight finds himself reminiscing on simpler times: childhood summers at his grandparents’ cottage. “I’ve been searching for a property that takes me back to those magical days,” says Jon. It turns out, an abandoned 12-acre New England campground (called Waters Edge) was just the ticket to get him there. With hopes of opening the property up to visitors, Jon, his husband Harley Rodriguez and the Knight family began renovating each of the grounds' cabins one by one — including the circa-1938 main house he and Harley now call home. Let's step inside the finished space, as seen on Farmhouse Fixer: Camp Revamp. This nostalgic transformation is an ode to summer camp.

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Photo: Sean Litchfield. From: Jonathan Knight, Kristina Crestin and Farmhouse Fixer.

Classic and Charming Curb Appeal

With a new roof and vintage wooden shutters intact, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom country charmer didn’t need much exterior work, which allowed Jon to focus his $100,000 budget on the inside of the home — all 1,800 square feet of it.

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Photo: Sean Litchfield. From: Jonathan Knight, Kristina Crestin and Farmhouse Fixer.

Attached Garage Welcome Center

The attached, two-car garage functions as a welcome center for campers visiting the property. A new set of French doors and cheery landscaping greet guests.

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Photo: Shawn G. Henry/Getty Images

Little Shop for Campers

Jon’s brother and fellow NKOTB member, Jordan, and sister, Sharon, helped him land on a country store theme for the converted welcome space. Sundries and souvenirs line clean and airy shiplap walls, while atomic orange cabinets offer breakfast and coffee for hungry travelers.

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