(Geneva, N.Y.) – As crews put the finishing touches on the inside design and the outside landscaping, the excitement is building for the Hill family to return home Monday and see their new home at 148 William Street in Geneva.
On Sunday, the builder handed over the keys of the home to Ty Pennington and his crew of designers, who complete the inside of the home adding personal touches in the rooms of each family member.
Designer Didiayer Snyder said, “This week I'm working on Jacob and Jayden's room and they're the youngest kids in the family. They have big beautiful imaginations, and so when I spoke with them, they told me what they like and I just put it together for them.”
Sunday evening, trucks carrying new furniture rolled in.
Besides the home, the crews also tore down a barn behind the house and built and two-story gym for so Tim Hill can continue to train young boxers. That’s also equipped with all the necessary equipment.
Designer John Littlefield said, “Uppercut bay, double end bags on one end, locker room, big boxing ring in the center, office at the front. It's going to be awesome.”
The family returns to the home on Monday for the famous "Move that Bus" ceremony where they will see their new home for the first time.