Families who achieved their dreams of buying an affordable vacation home are now tasked with the tough job of turning it into the relaxing oasis they envisioned when they purchased it. In each episode of Beachfront Bargain Hunt: Renovation , watch as they work together to transform their new properties into a home away from home, proving that with a little imagination and a lot of muscle, you can have the relaxing getaway you've always wanted.Season 1, Episode 1 -
"Reno In South Florida"
South Florida residents Cory and Cortney both share a passion for staying active and being outdoors. Whether it's paddle boarding, beach yoga or riding bikes on the coast line, this married couple and expecting first time parents, love taking full advantage of the area's year-round beautiful weather. They're setting out to find a home in Deerfield Beach, Florida - a young beachfront community close to their jobs as a firefighter and yoga instructor, and perfect for their outdoor loving lifestyles . They're looking for a three-bedroom home with a pool and easy beach access, but they also want the home to really feel like a vacation getaway, a respite from the workweek. With their modest budget of $350,000 all in, most homes in the area they'll be looking for will need to be updated to match their vision. With the clock ticking on the baby's due date, these two will have to get to work to make their beachfront dream a reality.Season 1, Episode 2 -
"Down The Shore"
Newlyweds Jamie and Emily both grew up going to the Jersey Shore for family vacations. Now they're looking for a beachside bargain that they can renovate, but that might be tough to come by near the beaches of the Greater Atlantic City area. Luckily, they have broker Dana Hartman-Hiltner to help with their search. They've got grand plans for their new home which include removing some walls and adding to their outdoor space, but a few rules and zoning laws could mean they'll have to switch up their plans. Will they get everything they want?HOMEPAGE
MP4 | AAC VBR | 433MB
MP4 | AAC VBR | 434MB