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Good Bones: A Stately Home on Sanders Street

May 15, 2019

In one of their biggest restorations yet Mina and Karen take on a 2800-square-foot historic home with a grand foyer and some exquisite original woodwork -- but some problematic latter-day upgrades that had robbed the home of much of its original charm.

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Back in Action

Mother-daughter team Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak-Hawk kick off the fourth season of HGTV's Good Bones with the renovation of a massive four-bedroom turn-of-the-century home in the historic Bates-Hendricks neighborhood of Indianapolis.

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Fanciful Dreamer

For the duo's home reno and house-flipping projects — aimed at rescuing dilapidated old homes and, over time, enhancing entire neighborhoods — Karen brings legal expertise and a can-do attitude to the partnership — along with a penchant for historic preservation and, on occasion, some really out-of-the-box ideas.

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No Nonsense

Daughter Mina, with her astute investment instincts and real-estate know-how, always keeps her eye on the prize — and the financial bottom line — for each new project. She provides a grounding counterpoint to Karen's highly imaginative and whimsical bent. And she's not afraid to get her hands dirty.

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Wild-Card Tad

Mina's half-brother Tad, who has helped out with the heavy lifting and dirty work on many of Mina and Karen's projects thus far, is back again this season — and unpredictable as ever. Good Bones fans know that things seldom get boring when Tad's on the scene.

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