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Dave and Jenny Marrs are a couple who renovate and sell historic houses in their hometown of Bentonville, Ark.

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Dave and Jenny help a woman turn her home into a beautiful Victorian retreat; they try to complete the contracting work left in the living room, kitchen, master bedroom, and back porch.
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A family that owns a local brewery purchases an older home rich with history, but the outdated rooms and obsolete features create many challenges.
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A couple who loves New Orleans-style architecture asks Dave and Jenny to transform their classic Craftsman into a Creole cottage.
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Dave and Jenny overhaul an expecting couple's outdated 1970s home into a perfect space for their growing family; they create an open, airy kitchen and a backyard that's the envy of every kid and grown-up in the neighborhood.
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A new homeowner's first place needs work, so her parents recruit Dave and Jenny to pull off a surprise renovation while she's out of town; the Marrs race the clock to create a quaint, warm and welcoming home that matches the homeowner's tastes perfectly.
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Dave and Jenny renovate a dark house with a rare construction and bring it closer to the 21st century.
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Dave and Jenny modernize a couple's rundown log cabin while keeping its historic integrity intact; the top-to-bottom transformation includes new amenities like a custom live-edge bar.
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Dave and Jenny transform a century-old farmhouse into a modern family home without losing its country charm.
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A couple that loves to entertain has a home that's not ready for guests due to its layout, unstable balconies and a rotting tree; Dave puts his skills to the test while Jenny uses her artistic talents to craft a surprise.
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Jenny and Dave overhaul a historic Dutch Colonial home for a couple of farm owners and their two small children; while keeping the home's history and character, they come up with a plan for a open-concept kitchen and a one-of-a-kind playroom.
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Dave and Jenny transform the Newberry family's historic 1893 house into their first family home; From turning an attic space into a two-bedroom suite to renovating the kitchen, they'll do whatever it takes to give the family of five their dream home.

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