Another home renovated on "Property Brothers"\u00a0has sold at lightning speed\u2014and at a substantial profit. Located in Conyers, GA,\u00a0the revamped home hit the market for $730,000 and went under contract in less than 10 days. In 2014, it was featured on the popular HGTV show's sixth season, in an episode titled "Edith and Fred." The gregarious couple had purchased the brick contemporary fixer-upper, which required some serious work. A number of active pets had lived in the five-bedroom, 7,513-square-foot home\u2014and the evidence was apparent. The home had been on the market for $399,000, but was negotiated down to $357,000 by Drew Scott. The brothers proceeded to pour $80,000 into a five-week remodel. As the episode portrayed it, their work mostly focused on the backyard pool and guesthouse. Home in Conyers, GA, renovated on "Property Brothers" Realtor.com Backyard pool\/game\/guesthouse Realtor.com By the time Drew and Jonathan Scott were done with the place, Edith and Fred had spent $437,000, all in. While it's likely they spent more later renovating the interior, the couple stand to make a sizable profit if the deal closes at the list price. The brothers took a green, algae-infested pool and made it an outdoor showpiece, with a cleanup and full resurfacing. They also resurfaced the surrounding deck and rethought the landscaping of the entire backyard\u2014adding grown palm trees, for a tropical vibe. Backyard Realtor.com The true highlight may have been their transformation of the two-story poolhouse. The downstairs level was converted into a chic game room with a billiard-table, built-in bar, and a kitchenette with a wine cooler. Their lighting and design choices make the space shimmer. Billiard-room Realtor.com Poolhouse kitchenette Realtor.com Upstairs was converted into a home theater room, sporting a huge television and modular seating that can accommodate a large crowd or serve as the setting for an intimate home movie night. In the episode, they described this space as an "oasis." MORE FROM REALTOR: Not Quite Forever? House From Season 1 of \u2018Property Brothers: Forever Home\u2019 Lists for $989K Gorgeous New York Home From \u2018Property Brothers\u2019 Season 8 Hits Market for $995K \u2018Property Brothers\u2019 Makeover in Nashville Hits the Market for $620K The interior of the main house was also renovated, but exactly how much work the Scott brothers are responsible for is hard to discern. Once inside, the home opens onto a grand foyer with an 18-foot, coffered ceiling. You'll spot leaded glass windows as well as ornate custom moldings and pillars throughout. Living room with fireplace and ornate moldings Realtor.com There are three fireplaces in the home, one of them in the main-floor primary suite, which is conveniently located on the main floor. The suite also features a spacious seating area and two walk-in closets, a luxurious bathroom, and French doors leading out to a peaceful patio overlooking the carefully landscaped backyard. Primary bedroom Realtor.com Primary bathroom Realtor.com The great room is also on the main level, with a large dining area, a well-appointed office with built-ins, a kitchen and breakfast nook, and a gym. Dining room Realtor.com Charming office Realtor.com Kitchen Realtor.com On the second level are an additional four bedrooms and two bathrooms. An exterior staircase leads down from the upper level, for easy access to the lovely backyard. Built in 1993, the home sits on a 1.68-acre lot, about 25 miles from Atlanta. It's an easy drive to restaurants and stores, as well as numerous schools and parks. Those factors probably helped the sale, but a sweet "Property Brothers" pedigree probably counted even more for the eager buyer. The post Listed for $730K, a 'Property Brothers' Renovation From Season 6 Sells Quickly appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com\u00ae.