Who’s Afraid of a Cheap Old House? Season 1 Episode 1 From City to Rural Residence Airs May 28 2024 on HGTV

In the first episode of “Who’s Afraid of a Cheap Old House?” Season 1, viewers are in for a treat as Ethan and Elizabeth embark on a thrilling adventure with city dwellers turned first-time buyers. The couple is on a mission to find an affordable, old house in the serene landscapes of Upstate New York. As they dive into the challenge, the team uncovers hidden surprises that add a touch of mystery and excitement to their journey.

One of the highlights of this episode is when Ethan and Elizabeth stumble upon a hidden treasure on the ceiling of the old house. The anticipation builds as they work tirelessly to reveal the secrets of the past, making viewers eager to discover what lies beneath the surface. Additionally, the transformation of a vacant 2,000 square foot space into a historic and jaw-dropping retreat is a sight to behold. From bland to grand, witness the magic as the team breathes new life into the old house, turning it into a stunning masterpiece.

Tune in at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, 28th May 2024, on HGTV to join Ethan and Elizabeth on their captivating journey from city life to rural residence. Experience the thrill of the hunt, the joy of discovery, and the beauty of transformation as they prove that with a little vision and a lot of hard work, any old house can become a dream home. Don’t miss out on the excitement as “Who’s Afraid of a Cheap Old House?” kicks off its first season with a bang!

Release Date & Time: 7:00 PM Tuesday 28 May 2024 on HGTV

Who’s Afraid of a Cheap Old House? From City to Rural Residence Cast – Season 1 Episode 1

Main Cast

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