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The House that Won Season 1 of HGTV’s ‘Rock the Block’ Competition is Now for Sale

Jasmine Roth’s winning California coastal-inspired home is now on the market asking $1,149,000.

Exterior of the Jasmine Roth house that won Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the House competition

If you’re a fan of HGTV’s mega-hit competition series Rock the Block, you’re bound to recognize this lovely home.

The modern farmhouse was crowned as the winner of the 1st season of the popular home design competition — which puts four teams of “powerhouse experts” to compete against each other to renovate identical properties and morph them into the ultimate suburban oasis.

In Rock the Block, the competitors/property experts only have a few weeks to get everything done, and they’re working on a strict budget.

But that didn’t stop Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV’s Hidden Potential, from delivering a stunning remodel of the single-story home.

The judges praised Jasmine’s remodel for being family-friendly, and adding beautiful features like a dramatic entryway, a pool, and an elevated interior style.

Inside Jasmine Roth's house remodel on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Set in the master-planned community of Aliento, a gated enclave in Santa Clarita, Calif., the single-story residence packs 2,547 square feet of living space in its beautifully-appointed interiors.

With 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, the HGTV house is warm and inviting, featuring high ceilings and light wood floors.

The great room is anchored by a stone fireplace, with a tall wood-paneled ceiling towering above and sliding doors opening up to the backyard and pool area.

Inside Jasmine Roth's house remodel on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

The open floorplan leads into the beautiful kitchen, which has custom floor-to-ceiling cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a built-in beverage refrigerator, designer tile backsplash, and an oversized island.

Kitchen inside Jasmine Roth's house remodel on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
The kitchen inside Jasmine Roth's house remodel on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Kitchen cabinets inside Jasmine Roth's house remodel on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Each bedroom has been carefully envisioned to maximize comfort without sacrificing on style. Same goes for the bathrooms, where Jasmine Roth clearly picked out all the finishes herself.

Bedroom of Jasmine Roth's house remodel on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Bathroom redesigned by Jasmine Roth on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency
Bathroom redesigned by Jasmine Roth on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Jasmine Roth also completely transformed the backyard, which is now a welcoming space that invites relaxation with a pool, dedicated lounging areas and canyon views.

The charming property is currently listed for $1,149,000, with Ray Akbari of The Agency in charge of finding a buyer.

House and backyard redesigned by Jasmine Roth on Season 1 of HGTV's Rock the Block competition series.
Image credit: LA Light Photo courtesy of The Agency

Rock the Block will return for a third season in early 2022, the series again will be hosted by popular carpenter, craftsman and design expert Ty Pennington.

Competitors will include twin real estate bosses Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb (Unsellable Houses), Arkansas’ fiercest home renovation experts, Dave and Jenny Marrs (Fixer to Fabulous), Detroit-based flippers Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas (Bargain Block) and veteran real estate broker Egypt Sherrod joined by her builder husband Mike Jackson (Married to Real Estate).

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Written by Georgie Mihaila

With a decade-long career as a digital content creator, Georgie started out as a real estate journalist for Multi-Housing News & CPExecutive. She later transitioned into digital marketing, working with leading real estate websites like PropertyShark, RENTCafé and Point2Homes. After a brief but impactful stint in the start-up world, where she led the marketing divisions of fintech company NestReady and media publisher Goalcast, Georgie returned to her first passion, real estate, and founded FancyPantsHomes.com

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