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Realtor, general contractor and designer Rachel Street is saving the best part of Philadelphia's quaint, century old homes and using those pieces to transform them into show-stopping one of-a-kind properties. From original floors and fixtures, to hidden treasures in the walls, Rachel makes sure every house keeps its original charm. And this triple threat has some other tricks up her sleeve - as a realtor, GC and designer, she can take her clients from purchase to move-in all by herself. Plus, the former opera singer is multi-lingual, and is known for singing while she works - in a variety of languages!

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Season 1, Episode 7

Anything But Basic

Rachael Street takes on a builder-basic row home in Philadelphia's East Passyunk neighborhood and intends to flip it fast. Her plan for converting this home into a designer-chic abode includes rebuilding the kitchen peninsula, creating entertaining space on the first floor and reconfiguring the second floor to accommodate much-needed storage space. Her dreams of turning this home around quickly are threatened, however, when she is forced to replace the home's knob-and-tube wiring.

Monday
Mar 11
7pm | 6c
Season 1, Episode 2

It's Phlippin' Huge

Rachel Street renovates a grand row home in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Passyunk. Immediately, she faces structural problems in the century-old property and has to rebuild the entire exterior wall. She also modernizes the home's layout by creating an open space living area and adding a rooftop deck to take advantage of panoramic city views, and she revives Victorian features including ornate turrets, an elaborate built-in cabinet and an antique tile mosaic.

Saturday
Mar 16
8:30pm | 7:30c
Season 1, Episode 4

A Troubled Twin

Rachel Street tackles a twin row home in Germantown that was partially rehabbed by a previous owner. She quickly discovers the previous work is less than perfect and is forced to rebuild the rotting roof, install new brick on the crumbling exterior and add new insulation. Then, she reconfigures the layout to create a modern, single-family home with an open-concept first floor.

Saturday
Mar 16
9pm | 8c
Season 1, Episode 6

Double Trouble

Rachel Street takes on a row home that is wider than a regular row house in the popular Dickinson Narrows neighborhood. The renovation goes from a cosmetic rehab to full gut job when she discovers serious plumbing issues and the rear of the house has to be rebuilt.

Saturday
Mar 16
9:30pm | 8:30c
Season 1, Episode 7

Anything But Basic

Rachael Street takes on a builder-basic row home in Philadelphia's East Passyunk neighborhood and intends to flip it fast. Her plan for converting this home into a designer-chic abode includes rebuilding the kitchen peninsula, creating entertaining space on the first floor and reconfiguring the second floor to accommodate much-needed storage space. Her dreams of turning this home around quickly are threatened, however, when she is forced to replace the home's knob-and-tube wiring.

Saturday
Mar 16
10pm | 9c
Season 1, Episode 5

An Urban Retreat

Rachel Street renovates a huge, turn-of-the-century home in the Mt. Airy district. She decides to restore several of the property's original features, including a walled-up sun porch, elaborate fireplaces and cabinetry.

Saturday
Mar 16
10:30pm | 9:30c
Season 1, Episode 3

It's Phlippin' Small

Rachel Street tackles a tiny row home in South Philly's Whitman district. After extending the second floor to add an additional 150 square feet, she makes the space seem brighter and larger by white washing the interior brick and using light colors for the floors and cabinetry. Finally, to infuse some Philadelphia history, she restores a 150-year-old salvaged door and incorporates it into the design.

Saturday
Mar 16
11pm | 10c
Season 1, Episode 6

Double Trouble

Rachel Street takes on a row home that is wider than a regular row house in the popular Dickinson Narrows neighborhood. The renovation goes from a cosmetic rehab to full gut job when she discovers serious plumbing issues and the rear of the house has to be rebuilt.

Sunday
Mar 17
12:30am | 11:30c
Season 1, Episode 7

Anything But Basic

Rachael Street takes on a builder-basic row home in Philadelphia's East Passyunk neighborhood and intends to flip it fast. Her plan for converting this home into a designer-chic abode includes rebuilding the kitchen peninsula, creating entertaining space on the first floor and reconfiguring the second floor to accommodate much-needed storage space. Her dreams of turning this home around quickly are threatened, however, when she is forced to replace the home's knob-and-tube wiring.

Sunday
Mar 17
1am | 12c
Season 1, Episode 5

An Urban Retreat

Rachel Street renovates a huge, turn-of-the-century home in the Mt. Airy district. She decides to restore several of the property's original features, including a walled-up sun porch, elaborate fireplaces and cabinetry.

Sunday
Mar 17
1:30am | 12:30c
Season 1, Episode 3

It's Phlippin' Small

Rachel Street tackles a tiny row home in South Philly's Whitman district. After extending the second floor to add an additional 150 square feet, she makes the space seem brighter and larger by white washing the interior brick and using light colors for the floors and cabinetry. Finally, to infuse some Philadelphia history, she restores a 150-year-old salvaged door and incorporates it into the design.

Sunday
Mar 17
2am | 1c
Season 1, Episode 2

It's Phlippin' Huge

Rachel Street renovates a grand row home in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Passyunk. Immediately, she faces structural problems in the century-old property and has to rebuild the entire exterior wall. She also modernizes the home's layout by creating an open space living area and adding a rooftop deck to take advantage of panoramic city views, and she revives Victorian features including ornate turrets, an elaborate built-in cabinet and an antique tile mosaic.

Sunday
Mar 17
3:30am | 2:30c
Season 1, Episode 4

A Troubled Twin

Rachel Street tackles a twin row home in Germantown that was partially rehabbed by a previous owner. She quickly discovers the previous work is less than perfect and is forced to rebuild the rotting roof, install new brick on the crumbling exterior and add new insulation. Then, she reconfigures the layout to create a modern, single-family home with an open-concept first floor.

Sunday
Mar 17
4am | 3c
Season 1, Episode 3

It's Phlippin' Small

Rachel Street tackles a tiny row home in South Philly's Whitman district. After extending the second floor to add an additional 150 square feet, she makes the space seem brighter and larger by white washing the interior brick and using light colors for the floors and cabinetry. Finally, to infuse some Philadelphia history, she restores a 150-year-old salvaged door and incorporates it into the design.

Wednesday
Mar 20
5:30pm | 4:30c
Season 1, Episode 5

An Urban Retreat

Rachel Street renovates a huge, turn-of-the-century home in the Mt. Airy district. She decides to restore several of the property's original features, including a walled-up sun porch, elaborate fireplaces and cabinetry.

Wednesday
Mar 20
6pm | 5c
Season 1, Episode 7

Anything But Basic

Rachael Street takes on a builder-basic row home in Philadelphia's East Passyunk neighborhood and intends to flip it fast. Her plan for converting this home into a designer-chic abode includes rebuilding the kitchen peninsula, creating entertaining space on the first floor and reconfiguring the second floor to accommodate much-needed storage space. Her dreams of turning this home around quickly are threatened, however, when she is forced to replace the home's knob-and-tube wiring.

Wednesday
Mar 20
6:30pm | 5:30c
Season 1, Episode 2

It's Phlippin' Huge

Rachel Street renovates a grand row home in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Passyunk. Immediately, she faces structural problems in the century-old property and has to rebuild the entire exterior wall. She also modernizes the home's layout by creating an open space living area and adding a rooftop deck to take advantage of panoramic city views, and she revives Victorian features including ornate turrets, an elaborate built-in cabinet and an antique tile mosaic.

Wednesday
Mar 20
7pm | 6c
Season 1, Episode 4

A Troubled Twin

Rachel Street tackles a twin row home in Germantown that was partially rehabbed by a previous owner. She quickly discovers the previous work is less than perfect and is forced to rebuild the rotting roof, install new brick on the crumbling exterior and add new insulation. Then, she reconfigures the layout to create a modern, single-family home with an open-concept first floor.

Wednesday
Mar 20
7:30pm | 6:30c
Season 1, Episode 6

Double Trouble

Rachel Street takes on a row home that is wider than a regular row house in the popular Dickinson Narrows neighborhood. The renovation goes from a cosmetic rehab to full gut job when she discovers serious plumbing issues and the rear of the house has to be rebuilt.

Wednesday
Mar 20
8pm | 7c
Season 1, Episode 1

Philly Street Flippin'

Licensed Contractor, Real Estate Expert and Designer Rachel Street flips a historic row home in her hometown of Philadelphia, PA. She transforms the first floor layout into an open-concept space to make the home more enticing to today's buyers. She also exposes the brick along one side of the home and restores its original 100-year-old Hollywood door to honor the home's great history. Finally, she adds a bathroom to the third floor to transform the level into a stunning master suite.

Wednesday
Apr 10
9am | 8c
Season 1, Episode 2

It's Phlippin' Huge

Rachel Street renovates a grand row home in the up-and-coming neighborhood of East Passyunk. Immediately, she faces structural problems in the century-old property and has to rebuild the entire exterior wall. She also modernizes the home's layout by creating an open space living area and adding a rooftop deck to take advantage of panoramic city views, and she revives Victorian features including ornate turrets, an elaborate built-in cabinet and an antique tile mosaic.

Wednesday
Apr 10
9:30am | 8:30c
Season 1, Episode 3

It's Phlippin' Small

Rachel Street tackles a tiny row home in South Philly's Whitman district. After extending the second floor to add an additional 150 square feet, she makes the space seem brighter and larger by white washing the interior brick and using light colors for the floors and cabinetry. Finally, to infuse some Philadelphia history, she restores a 150-year-old salvaged door and incorporates it into the design.

Wednesday
Apr 10
10am | 9c
Season 1, Episode 4

A Troubled Twin

Rachel Street tackles a twin row home in Germantown that was partially rehabbed by a previous owner. She quickly discovers the previous work is less than perfect and is forced to rebuild the rotting roof, install new brick on the crumbling exterior and add new insulation. Then, she reconfigures the layout to create a modern, single-family home with an open-concept first floor.

Wednesday
Apr 10
10:30am | 9:30c
Season 1, Episode 5

An Urban Retreat

Rachel Street renovates a huge, turn-of-the-century home in the Mt. Airy district. She decides to restore several of the property's original features, including a walled-up sun porch, elaborate fireplaces and cabinetry.

Wednesday
Apr 10
11am | 10c
Season 1, Episode 6

Double Trouble

Rachel Street takes on a row home that is wider than a regular row house in the popular Dickinson Narrows neighborhood. The renovation goes from a cosmetic rehab to full gut job when she discovers serious plumbing issues and the rear of the house has to be rebuilt.

Wednesday
Apr 10
11:30am | 10:30c
Season 1, Episode 7

Anything But Basic

Rachael Street takes on a builder-basic row home in Philadelphia's East Passyunk neighborhood and intends to flip it fast. Her plan for converting this home into a designer-chic abode includes rebuilding the kitchen peninsula, creating entertaining space on the first floor and reconfiguring the second floor to accommodate much-needed storage space. Her dreams of turning this home around quickly are threatened, however, when she is forced to replace the home's knob-and-tube wiring.

Wednesday
Apr 10
12pm | 11c