Sit back and relax as you get comfortable and acquainted with your new home – even if it is only for a few days or weeks. This charming duplex sits right in the heart of northwest Waco. Enjoy total comfort and convenience with this fully
furnished and decorated home during your hassle-free stay. This home looks over the picturesque Pentecost Park and is conveniently nestled behind Target.
Experience the best of Waco from this charming one-bedroom cottage in the historic East Riverside neighborhood. Located just five minutes from downtown Waco, Magnolia Market, and Baylor University, this 863 sq. ft. home boasts high ceilings, lots of natural light, a fully equipped kitchen, and two breezy porches. The king bed, a mix of modern and antique furnishings, WiFi, and an XL Smart TV ensure a comfortable and convenient stay. Monthly stays are welcome.
Welcome to The Lyle House, your perfect home away from home in beautiful Waco! Located in a charming neighborhood, our house is centrally situated, close to all the best shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
Step inside and discover a spacious and inviting abode that’s ideal for corporate stays, family vacations, or girl’s getaway trips. Our large and cozy house can comfortably accommodate any large group, ensuring everyone can enjoy the best of what Waco has to offer.
If you want to stay in Waco for a month or more, this is the perfect home away from home! Located right in downtown Waco, this condo is near attractions such as Baylor University, Magnolia Silos, and the Waco Convention center, just to name a few.
Our space has all of the details and touches that make this a comfortable home for long-term renters.
This delightful and fully stocked Cottage in Cameron Park is a destination and an experience.
Our favorite cottage features:
● Cantina (bar area & propane grill)
● Outdoor fireplace & ample seating
● Private outdoor shower
● Meditation corner (with hanging chairs)
Whether you are here to stroll Magnolia Market or catch some waves, Waco has
endless activities! Keep reading for our recommendations and to start planning
Located just 15 minutes from the heart of Waco is this beautiful, modern home that offers comfort, style and everything you could need for a relaxing stay.
The home features bright, open plan living with high ceilings, polished floors, 4 spacious bedrooms and a grassy yard with a BBQ, firepit and plenty of games to keep everyone entertained.
Stay just mins to the popular Magnolia Market & Baylor Campus as well as restaurants, shopping and all the attractions of Waco just a short drive away.
Are you a fan of HGTV’s Fixer Upper? Step into the world of Chip and Joanna Gaines and experience the ultimate Waco getaway at The Giraffe House – the charming three-bedroom abode featured on HGTV’s Fixer Upper Season 4, Episode 15. This delightful home is the perfect retreat for anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind stay just minutes away from downtown Waco and all the Magnolia and Baylor hotspots.
While the home was originally celebrated on the show for its uniqueness from their other properties, it still features the signature Chip and Jo style that we all know and love. The Giraffe House exudes a cozy cottage vibe with modern upgrades and eclectic touches that will make you feel right at home.
Lounge on the inviting front porch swing, or head to the spacious backyard for a relaxing retreat. The open living room boasts stunning herringbone flooring salvaged from the bakery, while the pantry doors were a magnificent find from the garage renovation.
The fully equipped kitchen is ready for anything, while the upstairs bathroom is a true masterpiece with a wooden beam and rock from the house’s exterior. And if you need a quiet spot to unwind, the upstairs office/reading nook is the perfect place to kick back and relax.
While most of the homes featured on the show are chosen by couples looking for a new place to call home, this particular property received some special attention from Chip and Jo. The couple purchased it as an investment property before completely envisioning and remodeling the home. Originally owned and occupied by the Matsumotos, the brother of the director of Fixer Upper, since its sale, Jo has mentioned her adoration for the home, showing that it still has a special place in her heart.