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In this real estate/renovation series, a speculator buys large homes at a bargain price, fixes them up, and then tries to sell them at a profit. This version of the ubiquitous format takes place in Kansas City, Missouri, and focuses exclusives on big, neglected luxury properties.

Bargain Mansions is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (41 episodes). The series first aired on November 7, 2017.

Where do I stream Bargain Mansions online? Bargain Mansions is available for streaming on DIY Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Bargain Mansions on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, HGTV, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on DIY Network
3 Seasons, 41 Episodes
November 7, 2017
Cast: Tamara Day, Ward Schraeder
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Bargain Mansions Full Episode Guide

  • A contractor friend asks Tamara to work her magic on a 1948 ranch house. She installs a herringbone walkway and solves a dilemma while whitewashing the brick. Then, she adds a study space and upgrades a shared bathroom for kids.

  • Tamara renovates a 1960s Colonial home that's lacking character. She brings the property's potential to life by designing spaces to enjoy the outdoors and incredible views. Then, she creates a stunning kitchen and makes sure light pours into every room.

  • Tamara tackles a Colonial-style home with a yard that's been seriously neglected. She must tame the overgrown grounds before putting traditional Kansas City charm into the interior with a brand-new kitchen and main suite.

  • Tamara tackles a 1952 Traditional with a massive open concept living space.

  • Tamara Day renovates an 80's home that's in need of some TLC. Tackling both the front and backyard she adds her unique style to the spaces. Inside she removes dated elements throughout the home and installs a touch of class from the entrance all the way through to the main suite creating a breath-taking kitchen and upgraded main suite bathroom.

  • Tamara takes on a 1979 property with a confusing style. She opens up sight lines by removing soffits in the living room and kitchen, and she pulls out the midcentury modern design with elements like shiplap and brass.

  • Tamara updates a 1978 Tudor home by brightening up and enlarging the dark kitchen. Then, she improves the flow in the master bedroom and transforms the basement into an awesome game room where the family can relax.

  • Tamara renovates a 1908 Shirtwaist home that was abandoned by the previous renovator. She refurbishes original corbels for the walls and builds a custom range hood for the open plan kitchen. Later, she creates a charming den using wainscoting and tile.

  • Tamara uses her design expertise to modernize an outdated, 1970s Tudor home. She gives the kitchen a much-needed upgrade and renovates two uninspired living spaces on the first floor into statement rooms.

  • Tamara turns a large, old farmhouse into a country living-style home. She creates an open floor plan, transforms the dreary master suite and adds country charm and character throughout the entire property.

  • Tamara revives a 100-year-old Shirtwaist home while accenting the original woodwork. She decides the kitchen is too small and moves it to the dining room. Later, she uses bold design choices to fit the home into the young, contemporary neighborhood.

  • Tamara takes on a water-damaged French Provincial in Leawood, Kansas, and must completely overhaul the neglected basement. Then, she infuses French flair throughout the house while creating a large open floor plan that's perfect for entertaining.

  • Tamara buys a 1910 Victorian farmhouse and wants to add a half bath to the first floor, but a misplaced staircase may pose a problem. On the second floor, she adds a massive master suite and a large kids' bedroom.

  • Tamara updates a neoclassical Colonial while preserving its historic charm.

  • Tamara Day uses her 1,400-square-foot second-story addition to create three new bedrooms in a 1950 ranch home. She guts the master suite to re-frame it for a massive closet, but her plans to reuse the shower doors in the bathroom may fracture her design for the whole room.

  • Tamara Day fixes a 1905 Kansas City Shirtwaist home.

  • Tamara constructs a reading nook and closet to complete a bedroom.

  • Tamara Day starts on a 1900 Kansas City Shirtwaist-style home containing a living room with a catwalk instead of a ceiling. She pulls up linoleum flooring and gives the damaged foyer staircase a facelift.

  • Tamara takes on a behemoth 1927 Tudor house, but while she admires the home's original details, her dad discovers a problem. She uses a kitchenette to create a bar, revamps an uneven patio and enlarges the master bathroom to transform the 5,700-square-foot home into a showstopper.

  • Tamara Day creates her own kitchen and dining room in a 1927 Tudor.

  • Tamara continues renovations and creates immense spaces for entertaining.

  • Tamara transforms a home on a wooded lot that's devoid of any character.

  • In the second phase of Tamara's 1905 Colonial renovation, she creates a 900-square-foot master suite and converts one of the home's seven sun porches into a closet. However, her budget takes a hit when she needs to install a new HVAC unit and her plan to save a vintage fireplace might have run out of gas.

  • Tamara Day tackles a large 1905 Colonial with seven sun porches. She overhauls an ugly kitchen and a dining room with tacky orange carpet, but unsupported floors and a strange noise during demo slow her plans and may cost her big money.

  • Tamara Day struggles to install a full bath and enlarge the master suite as she continues to renovate the 1938 cottage. She successfully creates a hidden playroom in the kids' bedroom, but fails to win her dad's approval on her plan for the backyard shed.

  • Tamara Day sees great potential in a 1938 cottage with an unusual layout, unfinished renovation and no front door. She constructs a cathedral ceiling and creates two massive cedar corbels for the entrance, but the process of installing an egress window puts a crack in her budget.