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See Inside Page Turner and Mitch Glew’s ‘Rock the Block’ House

Fix My Flip's Page and Mitch took their million-dollar Rock the Block property to new Rocky Mountain heights with customizations intended for ultra-luxurious entertaining.

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Photo: Gilles Mingasson

The team: Page and Mitch

Fix My Flip’s power broker Page Turner and can-do contractor Mitch Glew have rolled up to Rock the Block’s fourth season of competition with two careers’ worth of experience on high-end residential projects. As a Season 2 and Season 3 judge, Page knows just how fancy their footwork needs to be to wow appraisers. You could say she’s feeling good about that: “Looking at the other competitors is pretty cool — now we know everyone who’s going to lose,” she said. As for Mitch: “Exactly what I was thinking."

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Photo: Gilles Mingasson

On the Block, They Go High

This all-star season of competition blows previous property values and renovation budgets out of the water. These teams will be competing on a cul-de-sac in picturesque Berthoud, Colorado, with identical 5,000-square-foot homes that are already valued at $1.9 million apiece. Their renovation budgets? A cool quarter of a million dollars. Happily, Page and Mitch thrive at that altitude. “I build high-end homes, Page sells high-end real estate, we’re going to bring that experience in here and we’re going to dominate,” Mitch predicted.

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The Kitchen, Before

Page and Mitch committed a whopping $85,000 of their total budget to their first week of renovations. “That’s a lot, but for this house I think it has to be that high — because it’s a big kitchen,” Mitch said. “Oh, it’s massive; we have to put as many amenities in here as we can,” Page agreed. “All the perks! This is an entertainer’s dream home!”

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Photo: Gilles Mingasson. From: Page Turner and Mitch Glew.

The Kitchen, After

“The vent hood is an impressive focal point going all the way up to the ceiling,” Page said. “Our big splurge in this space is the Calacatta marble” — which, between the expansive countertops and double islands, rang in at $9,490 — "and the black cabinets, which provide a beautiful contrast and … make this kitchen reek of luxury.” The gorgeous custom cabinetry came to $28,490.

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