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Jonathan and Drew Scott have renovated hundreds of family homes on three hit HGTV series: "Property Brothers," "Buying and Selling" and "Brother vs. Brother." But they have never faced clients as tough as the ones in their newest adventure, "Property Brothers at Home." The series follows the twins as they complete a massive renovation of their own home in Las Vegas just in time for a family reunion. Joined by older brother JD, the two redesign and rebuild the plain 5,000-square-foot Mediterranean home into a perfect family retreat. Customized features include 24-foot built-in shelves that showcase unique keepsakes from around the world, and outdoor "fun zones" like a water slide, a putting green, a theater and a swim-up bar.

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The brothers build a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guest house in the backyard for their mother and father's enjoyment.
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To create "fun zones" in the house, Drew and Jonathan install a basketball court, putting green and outdoor dining area.
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The property's barren backyard is transformed with the addition of an infinity pool, hot tub and an outdoor theatre.
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The first task in renovating a shared Las Vegas property, is to makeover the entire interior of a 5,000 foot home.
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With the inside transformation complete, Jonathan and Drew get ready to tackle the outdoor spaces; they restore the house's front according to strict historical guidelines, turn the backyard into a poolside oasis and create a third-floor deck.
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A guest suite at the top of the renovation list will serve as a home away from home for Jonathan; creating two luxurious guest bedrooms.
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The brothers give the master bedroom and bathroom a makeover with a touch of old Hollywood glamour, and the happy couple realizes their dreams of a walk-in closet for Drew and a room dedicated to Linda's crafting passion.
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Jonathan continues helping Drew and his fiance Linda renovate their vintage Los Angeles home; they tackle a dated dining room transformation, a risky basement dig out and building a stunning kitchen from the ground up.
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Drew and his fiancee Linda are having a huge year, between getting engaged, planning their wedding and recently buying a vintage fixer-upper in Los Angeles.
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Jonathan and Drew concentrate on the uninspired outdoor spaces of the ranch, including a neglected patio and a stable.
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Jonathan and Drew reconfigure the dated master loft, and try to give the space a more modern country look.
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The main floor of the log home is gutted, and sight lines are opened up; the brothers install a state-of-the-art country kitchen.
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Jonathan and Drew set out to renovate the Ranch Hand's cabin.

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