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Some details simply can't be found in cookie-cutter new homes. "Hunting Vintage" celebrates people who are in love with all things old-world and want a home that reflects their affinity for the past. From century-old Victorians and charming Craftsmans to timeless Brownstones and historic Four Squares, each episode of this "House Hunters" spinoff features couples touring three properties in various neighborhoods across the U.S. before picking the home with the heritage they seek.

Latest episodes

aired 402 days ago
A vintage-loving couple hunts for a home in Springfield, Massachusetts.
aired 409 days ago
Buyers hunt for a midcentury modern home in Palm Springs, California.
aired 416 days ago
A couple has different style ideas while searching for a vintage home.
aired 423 days ago
A family searches for vintage charm by the bay in San Francisco, CA.
aired 430 days ago
A family searches for their vintage dream home in Chicago.
aired 437 days ago
An interior designer and her husband want to find a vintage home in Wilmington, N.C., where they can put down roots.
aired 444 days ago
A yoga studio owner and her husband are looking for a vintage colonial house in historical Marblehead, Mass.; they have their sights set on the Old Town, but disagree on whether they're ready to take on major renovations.
aired 451 days ago
A fashion designer wants to find a vintage conch-style home in Key West, Fla.
aired 458 days ago
A family of three is hoping to find a home that has some vintage charm and history in Hot Springs, Ark.
aired 465 days ago
Newlyweds are eager to find a home that has vintage charm in Sacramento, Calif.

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