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The husband and wife couple behind HGTV series Stay or Sell have sold their Edina home, but won't be moving too far away.

Heather and Brad Fox announced to their Facebook followers this past week that their $1.25 million home on Dawson Lane was on the market.

It didn't stay on the market for long either, with Heather Fox confirming to BMTN that it has since been sold to a "very sweet fam!"

The couple have made a name for themselves – and risen to national prominence – for their stylish home remodels in the Twin Cities, having transformed what was a rambler on Dawson Lane into the 4,035-square-feet two story family home after buying it in 2016.

The five-bedroom house was finished with custom walnut cabinets, Cambria quartz countertops and a walk-in pantry in the kitchen, an open staircase with oak slab stairs, an office, and a children's playroom.

Now they've got their sights on another labor of love, having bought "another project house" just a few blocks away on Lake Cornelia.

Heather says selling their home is "bittersweet," with work on their new one expected to take up to a year.

It's been a busy year for the Foxes despite the pandemic, having also opened their studio and lifestyle shop, Foxwell, at 44th and France in Edina.

The pair are also hoping to return to HGTV screens soon, though the virus has delayed a potential second series of Stay or Sell.

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