Extreme Makeover: One Year Later

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MEDFORD, Ore. – A year ago, the McPhail Family saw their “Extreme Home” for the first time. 365 days later, the home, inside and out, looks about the same.

Although, Lindsay McPhail tells NewsWatch12 that with three young boys, the house has lost a little of its “Extreme Home Makeover” shine. She said sometimes, it still doesn’t seem real. However, gadgets that came with the Extreme Makeover house, like a Dutch Bros cappuccino machine, haven’t lost their appeal.

This year, Lindsay and her mom, Cindy Conner, are inviting the public to the land to take part in the First Annual Vintage Fair At Barnstormer Farm. About 30 vendors will be offering antique and vintage style home goods. The sale runs tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission is $5 or $3 with a canned food item. Kids 12 and under are free. There will also be a raffle benefiting Hope Equestrian that helps kids with special needs and service members suffering from PTSD.

There will be no tours of the Extreme Home.


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  1. vicke miller says:

    How can you become a vender at the Vintage Fair?

  2. Jonathan Sciano says:

    Hello McPhail Family,

    This sounds wonderful that you want to include the community to celebrate your new home, share farmstead events, and have local vendors to offer antique and vintage style home goods. It is neat to know that some or most of the money will go towards children with special needs and towards service members suffering from PTSD. I praise God for these activities!
    Jonathan Sciano

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