From a potato barn and a theater to an oil refinery and more, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose vision and creativity made it all possible. An Ohio opera house still has its stage floor, a sustainable New Mexico home rises from the desert and an Oklahoma boiler house is now home sweet home.
People across the country take unlikely structures and create incredible homes. Explore an urban oasis crafted from an industrial ink factory, a funky fire station home in Northern California, a 1930s church that's been cleverly expanded into a family home, a Houston artist's abode built from a commercial glass warehouse and a 200-year-old stone meeting hall in New York.
From a witch's house to a train depot, a water tank to a coal shed, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose creativity and vision made it all possible. In Beverly Hills, California, a movie-set mansion becomes a witch's lair. In Colorado, a Wild West coal shed is riddled with bullet holes. In San Francisco, a ferry boat becomes the ultimate waterfront property.
From a 200-year-old Dutch barn from upstate New York that's now a country home in Mississippi to a crumbling Lake Ontario lighthouse restored to its former glory, You Live in What tours amazing living spaces and introduces the people whose creativity and vision made it all possible. A Chicago firehouse conversion is almost too authentic, and a historic livery in Birmingham, Alabama, is now a hip live-work space for a photographer and her family. There's also a charming schoolhouse in beachy Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi, a New Orleans shipping container home that shows lot size doesn't matter if you're creative and a Wisconsin church whose residential conversion seems divinely inspired.
From a Dutch barn transformed into a contemporary Texas dwelling to a candy factory repurposed as an art gallery/penthouse, take a personal tour of some of the most unique home conversions in the world. See a church conversion in Massachusetts, a 1700s corner store turned private residence in New Hampshire and a Catskills shipping container home with some unique alterations.
Visionary homeowners prove that with a little imagination, you can live in almost anything. Go inside a once-dilapidated Sacramento fire station that's been resurrected into a beautiful home, a 150-year old castle overlooking Lowell, Mass., with dozens of rooms for an ever-growing family, a Jewish Temple in Alabama that's now an artistic couple's residence and art studio, and an off-beat Chicago museum transformed into a boutique bed and breakfast.
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