Frank Weatherly lives in a converted chocolate factory in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
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Imagine if every time it rained your house smelled like chocolate. That’s the case for Frank Weatherly, who lives in a converted chocolate factory in Lancaster, Penn. The factory was built in the 1890s by Albert Hupper.
Today, features such as the holes in the floor where gas fires once lit melting pots remind Weatherly of his home's delicious history.