Jennifer Jackson says she has "always been absolutely fascinated by home design and architecture." After renovating a 200-year-old farmhouse with her father at age 16, she says she knew she wanted to flip houses.

Jackson has been living her dream in the Montreal area since 2014. And you have to see her transformations to believe them! 

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Before

Jackson tells MTL Blog that a real-estate broker asked her to redo her grandmother's home in Kirkland when she passed away. 

"So scooped it up," Jackson says. 

After

"It was fun to show her the reveal of this home when it was complete as it had been in her family for as long as she was alive," says Jackson.

"The family that bought it are absolutely in love!"

Before

This is actually the house in which Jackson is currently living. She and her family will be moving in a few months after renovating the turn-of-the-century home. 

After

We can only tell it's the same kitchen by the windows! 

Before

This is the living room from the same home pictured above, pre-renovations. 

After

And here it is looking like a whole other living room.

This home was actually used as a set in an upcoming film called Crisis, which stars Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer and Evangeline Lilly. Jackson says it was Evangeline Lilly's home in the movie. 

Before

One more from the same home. Jackson turned an office into... 

After

A walk-in closet leading to a beautiful en-suite master bathroom. 

Before

Now onto a different home. This carpeted purple bedroom in Beaconsfield was in dire need of refreshing.

After

We can't believe this is the same bedroom albeit from a slightly different angle. Bright, clean, with a modern farmhouse feel... we wish we could claim it for ourselves.

You can follow @jenjacksonflipsmtl on Instagram for more amazing, local house-flipping transformations. 

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