Landmark Homes and the community of Heron Lakes were hand selected for season four of HGTV's Rock the Block. The stunning homes were designed by a star-studded cast and aired in Spring 2023. Learn more about the homes and the show below.
Find Answers to Questions Still Burning From Season 4 of Rock the Block! You've watched the show, but what still has you wondering? Are the homes for sale? We are excited to have 1 of the 4 homes still available for purchase! Check out your favorite here. Do the homes come furnished? The homeowners will enjoy the great furnishings and finishing touches hand-selected by celebrity designers! Where are the homes located? These incredible homes are located in the beautiful Heron Lakes community in Berthoud, CO. Why were the books placed pages out in the famous Page Turner library? Books are placed with the title toward the back of shelves for multiple reasons! For one, Page wanted to achieve a cohesive all-white look. Secondly, you will actually find that many television shows keep titles hidden for copyright and permission purposes. How was the winner decided? The winner is decided by a panel of independent appraisers. Michel and Anthony's home was selected as the deserving winner based entirely on the value they created on the home itself! The lot and views were not accounted for in the appraisals. Michel and Anthony added finished square footage to the main floor of their home, and if you are a fan of the show, you know that is usually the winning recipe. When was season 4 filmed? While you likely watched Rock the Block in the spring of 2023, the build and filming all took place in the fall of 2022! What was the design budget per team? Each team had $250,000 to create their vision! Did Rock the Block inspire a new home search for you? If so, please check out all of our Northern Colorado communities here! You'll find that our Rock the Block-worthy construction is applied to all of our homes. Be sure to reach out to Kendra by calling 970-632-6385 to learn more about our single-family homes, condominiums, and townhomes!
The Ultimate Block Party is Officially Sold Out Due to incredible levels of interest, we have sold out the tickets for this event. The interest in our Rock the Block project has been an incredible experience for our entire team and we appreciate the support of the Berthoud and the greater Northern Colorado area. As a result of that support, the tickets for this event sold out in a short period of time and no further tickets will be issued. The proceeds from this event's entry fees and raffle drawings will go to the NoCo Homebuilder Association's Workforce Development Program. This program aims to bring back construction trade classes to local schools, to excite a new generation of the construction workforce. We are grateful to all who have purchased a ticket to support a program so important to our community. Tickets will not be available at the gate. If you were unable to secure tickets please do not attempt to enter this event.
Rock the Block Finale Review The Rock the Block Finale has come and gone, but these homes are here forever. The teams concluded their time on the block with fireworks! The competition was fierce, but the relationships built outweighed the competition. Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle's mountain modern home took the win! Their modern styling and value-adding decisions made for an incredible home that appraised the highest.View the photo gallery for this home here.Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight's modern farmhouse was a labor of love and will be an incredible space for new owners one day! View the photo gallery for this home here.Sarah and Bryan Baeumler's Aspen Chalet home captured Colorado with a stunning exterior and warm interior. This home will help bring a future owner joy and relaxation.View the photo gallery for this home here. Page Turner and Mitch Glew's Alpine Chic home balanced fun and function flawlessly. The eventual homeowner will certainly take great pride in the beauty of the design selections and value the feature-rich choices too!View the photo gallery for this home here. React and talk about your favorite designs on our social pages. For a behind-the-scenes look, click here. Follow along for even more Rock the Block content on Facebook and Instagram.
Rock the Block Exterior Review Episode 5 went out into the beauty of the Colorado outdoors! The teams got out of their houses this week and worked the exterior spaces of their homes. Siding, landscaping, yard activities, decks, and more, this episode was wide-ranging and of course exciting! Host Ty Pennington brought a ton of fun to the episode with yard games and activities for the stars to give a go and paired that with a special challenge. The teams were required to include a yard game into their design to amp up the experience in their outdoor spaces. Judges Mika Kleinschmidt and Brian Kleinschmidt of HGTV's 100 Day Dream Home and Rock the Block season 2 winners came in with sky-high expectations and were blown away by the incredible work of the designers. Sarah and Bryan Baeumler took home their first win of the season with their Aspen Chalet-styled exterior. The Baeumlers thought of everything and packed this episode with buyer-friendly features that ultimately won over the judges. A Colorado-inspired exterior was beautifully done and included a mix of materials that blended with the scenery. A delightfully staged main deck led to a built-in grill space wrapped in the same stone featured on the exterior and interior of the home. A Red Rocks inspired fire pit area was executed perfectly for future chilly evenings. The game challenge was a Denver International Airport inspired parkour course. Page Turner and Mitch Glew carved their own path this week. The duo used dark colors with stone accents to create a chic feel to the exterior. They installed a whimsical side path around the side of the home leading to the back yard with its own large scale chess board built in. A large deck with their living room feature ceiling continued outside and a large fireplace highlighted the upper level. A built in outdoor kitchen on the lower level was placed smartly near their basement kitchen. Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight went with a lot of varied textures and colors to draw the eye into the front door on their modern farmhouse home. A cozy fireplace and grilling area complete with a grill and smoker highlighted the upper level. A wonderful outdoor seating area led to a bocce ball court on the lower level. Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle kept the mountain modern vibes rolling with their incredible exterior. With finishes expected to last a lifetime, their exterior offered a sustainable option. An ampitheater complete with projection screen made for the perfect space to host a home movie night. The back of the screen was a fun climbing wall perfect for kids. The living spaces on both levels featured unique fireplaces ideal for warming up. Just 1 episode seperates us from crowning a winner! Come back next week after watching the season 4 finale to react and talk about your favorite designs on our social pages. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
Rock the Block Basement Review Episode 4 may have been all about the basement, but it brought a higher level of energy! The teams went to another level this week and worked on the expansive basement. With 1,500 square feet to work with, the basements were a massive undertaking. The HGTV stars encapsulated their unique style perfectly in these spaces. HGTV's Alison Victoria of Windy City Rehab and Veronica Valencia were tasked with the difficult job of selecting this week's winner.Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight had something for everyone in their winning lower level that raised the bar! Complete with a billiards room with dart boards, a bunk room fit for any guest, a full bathroom, barcade, pet nook, and living room, this basement brought it all! Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle created a space perfect for an afterparty. A luxurious living room complete with wine racks, a second kitchen, half bath, and a stunning speakeasy made this a basement of the highest class. Sarah and Bryan Baeumler crafted a high-end spa escape perfect for any health and wellness enthusiast. A beautiful living room with a wellness bar and a built-in kid's nook introduced the level. But after that came an in-home spa with a gym, sauna, massage tables, and an incredible soaking tub.Page Turner and Mitch Glew's basement is just plain fun! A stunning third kitchen with swings in the place of barstools made for a whimsical entertainment space. A kid's area with a slide and a golf simulator room kept the fun going!The homes are starting to really take form and are just 2 episodes away from being finalized! React and talk about your favorite designs on our social pages. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
Creating the Block Check out some of the vendors that supplied the design teams for Rock the Block Season 4! Many hands make light work. This applies to each and every one of our new home construction projects but none more so than our work with HGTV's Rock the Block. A special thanks to all of the incredible teams featured below and the many special people that made this incredible experience possible. Appliances Specialty Appliance ILVE USA LG Café Jennair Zline Beko Dacor Samsung Cabinets Milarc Cabinet pulls and door hardware Emtek Shaub Countertops Weaver Stone Levantina Doors Teza Doors Doors 4 Home Fireplaces Heat n Glo Furniture Wayfair Garage doors Cloplay Interior finishes (tile and flooring) West Point Interiors Tile Club Cherokee Brick Lighting and fans Kichler Visual Comfort & Co. Jamie Young Lighting Plumbing Kohler Siding Nichiha Stone Sunset Stone Windows Windsor Windows Wine Racks Ultra Wine Racks
Rock the Block Primary Suite Review Episode 3 sure was "suite!" The private primary spaces were ready for the four teams to tackle this week. Each home reflected the distinct style of the teams and included some gorgeous designs, luxurious en suite bathrooms, and some truly special moments. The HGTV stars embarked on a trip to Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch to take a trail ride, and to select a special, traditional, western material to include in their design this week. Another fun twist included a "blind judging" in which twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, of HGTV's Unsellable Houses, did not know which team's home they were touring! Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle delivered a space to be incredibly proud of and took home their first win of the season. With stunning ombre walls, access to the outdoor space via an extended deck with french doors, and tasteful appointments throughout the bedroom, this primary bedroom was a stunner. Anthony Elle's Project Runway experience shined through by sewing together saddle blankets to create an accent blanket and throw pillows to warm up the space. Their attached bathroom and walk-in closet featured matching porcelain floors and shower tiles. The light bright space was complimented perfectly in their closet space that included dark cabinets and wallpaper to give a luxurious feel. Sarah and Bryan Baeumler crafted a suite that rivals that of high-end spas and retreats. Light and chic, the bedroom featured ceiling beams, a refreshment bar complete with a refrigerator, and access to the outdoor deck. The primary bath continued the serene spa look and feel with the light colors and a shower with sprayers ready to pamper. A bench created with Colorado beetle kill wood completed the room. A roomy walk-in closet completed this zone with additional laundry appliances and plenty of storage. Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight designed their space in a way that is certain to make fans swoon. Green, wood panels welcomed viewers and showed off a lasso from their time on the ranch, plus a lasso light as well. A fireplace warmed the space while bringing in a cooler tone with a stone surround. The green continued with a tantalizing green tiled shower to contrast the dark stone flooring. A beautiful tub and scenic window separated a pair of vanities. This wing of the home drew to a close with a dazzling blue walk-in closet speckled with warm leather hardware, and an attached laundry space with a massive farmhouse sink. Page Turner and Mitch Glew closed out this suite episode with a dreamy dark slat wall with wood that truly popped. The bathroom was aglow with a built-in fireplace overlooking a bathtub just waiting to be dipped into. Opposite the fireplace was a generous walk-in shower complete with dark tile and white walls echoing the rest of the room. Subtle and stunning, Page and Mitch utilized leather to wrap the door pulls to the closet, which brought texture and a natural feel to that moment. The closet featured a fun and functional shoe rack hidden door leading to a private laundry space complete with a steamer.We have officially hit the halfway point in this entertaining season! React and talk about your favorite designs on our social pages. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
Rock the Block Living Room Review Episode 2 brought Northern Colorado living to the forefront! The main levels of the 4 incredible Berthoud homes are really taking shape after this week's living and entry feature. Along with spaces that catered to the amazing views, the teams began planning for the exterior design for each of their homes. Page Turner and Mitch Glew wrote one in the win column after their built-in library impressed judges Mina Starsiak Hawk of Good Bones and Jenn Todryk of No Demo Reno. The cedar plank ceiling detail and floor-to-ceiling fireplace drew eyes up to the expansive space. The large glass doors also brought in natural light and previewed the incredible outdoor living spaces to come in a future episode. The team also reconfigured their space to include a value-adding, stylish, and functional powder bath. Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle continued to seamlessly combine mountain and modern styles with dark-stained Colorado beetle kill wood and a large focal point fireplace. They went dark with their expanded powder bath and created a moody space right off of the entry. The corner day bed was a fun addition that could also serve as a dog bed space for a lucky family dog. Sarah and Bryan Baeumler brought the fire with a double-sided fireplace that brought the outside vistas into the home. The stone wall created continuity to the vent hood in the kitchen and highlighted their chalet style. The powder bath off of the living room gives guests options based on where they are on the main level. Last but certainly not least, Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight echoed their beams from the previous kitchen and dining room episode and brought in more black with their painted brick fireplace. The powder bath incorporated more farmhouse style with the plaid wallpaper. Extra budget from their episode 1 win bought them a built-in speaker to bring the space to life with music. The rest of the season is sure to impress! React and talk about your favorite designs on our social pages. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
Rock the Block Kitchen Review Episode 1 started Season 4 of Rock the Block off with a bang! This premiere episode featured 4 stunning kitchens, a hot air balloon ride, and plenty of fun. The hot air balloon ride sprung a design challenge to the teams to include nature back into their designs for this week. Kristina Crestin and Jonathan Knight started in the green with bold, beautiful cabinets and eye-popping ceiling beams. The rounded island maintained the organic feel of the kitchen and the stove alcove completed this stunning space. A back kitchen complete with a refrigerator and sink made this a winning room. The duo utilized trimmed logs to accent their powder room ceiling to bring the natural beauty of Colorado into their home.Page Turner and Mitch Glew wowed judges Dave and Jenny Marrs of Fixer to Fabulous with design-delighting double islands and high-end restaurant-style wine racks. Additionally, they added a functional back kitchen with a sink, refrigerator, and dishwasher. The dining room boasted a stone wall that tied outdoor beauty back into the home.Sarah and Bryan Baeumler made the most of the captivating mountain views in their reconfigured kitchen and dining rooms. With direct access to a picturesque view of Longs Peak, this space truly captivated the attention of viewers. By expanding the room to allow more viewing space, this home is set to please those yearning for a vista. The limestone hood vent extended to the ceiling and reflected natural beauty back toward the great outdoors.Finally, Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle brought their kitchen space to life with incredible texture that made the room a complete experience. They took space from other areas to craft a functional and gorgeous pantry. To complete the rooms, and the design challenge, they included dazzling rounded wood doors that impressed judges and viewers alike. We are excited to see what else is in store in upcoming episodes. React and talk about your favorite designs on our social pages. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
HGTV’s Rock The Block is the network's #1 show and has been seen by more than 50 million viewers around the world.But how does it work? Top HGTV designers have just weeks and a limited budget to renovate four blank-slate homes on the same block with their signature styles. The designers who net the highest appraisal get bragging rights and a street named in their honor. Where were the past shows and who won? Located in Santa Clarita, CA, Season 1 featured 4 female designers – Leanne Ford (Home Again with the Fords), Mina Starsiak Hawk (Good Bones), Alison Victoria (Windy City Rehab), and winner Jasmine Roth (Help! I Wrecked My House).Season 2 was located in Paulding County, GA – Featuring 4 teams of 2 designers – Mike Holmes (Holmes on Homes) and Alison Victoria (Windy City Rehab), Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent (The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project), David Bromstad (My Lottery Dream Home) and Tiffany Brooks (50k Three Ways), and winners Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt (100 Day Dream Home).Located in the master plan community of Nexton (Summerville, SC), Hunter Quinn Homes was the builder of choice for season 3 which featured 4 teams of 2 designers - Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb (Unsellable Houses), Dave and Jenny Marrs (Fixer to Fabulous) and Keith Bynum and Evan Thomas (Bargain Block), and winners Egypt Sherrod and Mike Jackson (Married to Real Estate).
Rock the Block Comes to the Rockies Season 4 of HGTV's most popular show is coming to Colorado. We are excited to announce that Landmark Homes and the community of Heron Lakes have been selected as the season four, builder and community of choice for HGTV’s Rock the Block. We’re thrilled to welcome designers and HGTV stars Bryan and Sarah Baeumler (Renovation Island | Island of Bryan), Page Turner and Mitch Glew (Fix My Flip), Jonathan Knight (New Kids on the Block) and Kristina Crestin (Farmhouse Fixer), Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle (Luxe for Less), and carpenter, craftsman, design expert, and host Ty Pennington to Colorado. While we can’t share too many details yet (the show premieres in Spring 2023), we did create a place where all the cool details and some of the behind-the-scenes fun will be shared. When the time is right (after the episodes air) we will share the details about the specific homes. Stay up to date by following us at the below: Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Bookmark our Rock The Block Colorado Website Follow Hashtags - #RTBColorado #RockTheBlockColorado #LandmarkRocks
Season four of Rock the Block features designers and HGTV stars from various shows competing to get their names on the street sign. When talking to Page Turner during the planning stages for this season, she mentioned that Rock the Block is a “rite of passage” for top HGTV designers. Host – Ty Pennington Expert craftsman and designer, Ty Pennington is hosting season 4 of Rock the Block. This Emmy Award-winning carpenter has been a part of some popular HGTV series such as Battle On the Beach and Ty Breaker as well as Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Team B&S - Bryan and Sarah Baeumler The Baeumlers are a dynamic, talented duo hailing from Canada, that together packed up their family and moved to an island in the Bahamas to fully restore and renovate a rundown resort on Renovation Island. The luxury resort Caerula Mar Club is now hosting guests. Bryan and Sarah also star in the HGTV series Renovation, Inc. Additionally, Sarah is the founder of a lifestyle brand, inspiring women with elevated design and intentional living. While Bryan is an award-winning host who has been educating viewers across Canada as a licensed contractor and home renovation expert. Some of Bryan’s other shows include Disaster DIY, Bryan Inc., Island of Bryan, and Leave it to Bryan. Team P&M - Page Turner and Mitch Glew Page Turner is a real estate broker with a passion to help flippers who are in over their heads and stuck in their flip in Southern California. Page made her HGTV debut on Flip or Flop Nashville and appeared as a judge during a past season of Rock the Block. Page partners with Mitch on the HGTV show Fix My Flip. Page is a certified personal trainer and co-owner of The JoPa Life fitness brand. Mitch Glew an Australian-born general contractor who specializes in residential and commercial renovations and custom buildings in Southern California. Mitch has a deep respect for craftsmanship and knowledge of construction that equips Mitch to help homeowners who are losing money and stick in their flips on Fix My Flip. Team J&K - Jonathan Knight and Kristina Crestin Jonathan (Jon) Knight is no stranger to rocking as a member of the Grammy Award-nominated band New Kids on the Block. When he isn’t touring with his bandmates, he is tackling the new challenge of restoring centuries-old New England farmhouses on Farmhouse Fixer. Jon comes from a long line of renovators; his grandfather, father, and uncle all worked in home renovation and often brought Jon along. These adventures are where Jon fell in love with old houses and home renovation. Jon’s Instagram is the perfect blend of boy band life mixed with farm animals. Kristina Crestin is Jon’s co-host on Farmhouse Fixer and brings contagious, upbeat energy to all her projects. Her award-winning style includes recognition as HGTV Designer of the Year. Partnering with Jon, Kristin loves to bring nostalgia and charm to their New England farmhouse renovations. Team M&A - Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle Michel Smith Boyd evolved from a one-man operation into a boutique firm specializing in luxury residential and commercial projects nationwide. Michel’s firm has been featured on the pages of Atlanta Home & Lifestyle, LA Weekly, Traditional Home, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Architectural Digest, and Vogue. With his understanding of luxury design, Michel’s HGTV Show Luxe For Less (coming soon) shows viewers how to achieve luxe without breaking the bank. Anthony Elle is renowned for the personality, humor, and couture he brings to life as a DIY expert. As a maker, Anthony is passionate about textiles and making things Luxe for Less. You may recognize him from another type of show, Anthony was Project Runway All-Stars season 6 winner.