Jonathan & Drew Scott Included Everything From Original House In A Very Brady Renovation

Jonathan and Drew Scott opened up about renovating the old house from the sitcom The Brady Bunch on HGTVs A Very Brady Renovation, and admitted its the biggest residential project theyve ever done.

Property Brothers stars Jonathan Scott, 41, and Drew Scott, 41, revealed some cool details about their work on the new HGTV series A Very Brady Renovation, which shows the builders renovating the old home from the sitcom The Brady Bunch, which aired from 1969 to 1974, and talked about what made it special, in an EXCLUSIVE interview with HollywoodLife. The twin brothers were at an event promoting their new book, Builder Brothers: Big Builders, which is on sale now, when they touched upon how they got involved in the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

“This was the largest residential project we have ever done,” Jonathan admitted EXCLUSIVELY. “We originally were trying to buy that house because the developers were going to come in, they were going to flatten it. Lance Bass had put an offer on the house as well. And then HGTV called and said they want to buy the house, and so we will and they wanted us involved and were like, This is amazing because nobody would do it right like HGTV.”

Drew also touched upon the experience and how Lance was thrilled to see them doing the project “right”. “Lance is a friend of ours and I think he also didnt want somebody just to come in and demolish the house and build a McMansion,” he explained. “So for him to see that its being done right, the way we brought back everything you saw from on the TV show in the house now. Even from the front, the aesthetic where its a split level home but inside we built a two story but it didnt change the front aesthetic. We definitely did things right. Way through until the finale. And theres some surprises in the finale, like its wild and emotional.”

Jonathan went on to say that the exciting project is one of the projects he and Drew are most proud of working on in their careers, especially because of their determination in getting even the smaller details correct. “This is one of them because I know so many Americans out there, so m