Olympic gold medalist Bryan and his wife, Sarah, have been raising their three children in Southern California, but neither of their families live nearby, so the holidays have always been spent away from home. With Bryan's training slowing down and an increasing desire to wake up Christmas morning in their own beds, this family is on the hunt for a house outside Seattle, where Sarah grew up. Narrowing their search to the quaint city of Issaquah, the couple hopes to find a home with enough room for their family of five. But while she wants a traditional house that's easy to maintain and ideal for hosting her first Christmas, Bryan wants something with more character on a sprawling lot.
A single woman searches for her first home in Richmond, VA, with the help of her mother and grandmother. But the ranch-style home she wants is proving hard to find in her price range, and the pressure is on for her to find a home in time to host the annual family Christmas party.
A young Nashville couple with a baby on the way is hoping to celebrate their first Christmas as a family in a new home. But while he wants a ranch-style place similar to his childhood home, she thinks they should settle down in a cozy cottage. He's also insisting on a big picture window for their Christmas tree, since it'll be hiding a big surprise for her this holiday season.
A couple with twin boys wants a vacation home in the Colorado mountain town of Breckenridge to share with their growing family. But homes in their desired downtown location are pricey and small, leaving them to decide whether to trade location for space, or squeeze their family into close quarters so they can walk to downtown.
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